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Spoken Language Recognition in an Office Management Domain
Proceedings of the Intl. Conf. on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing
  • Alexander I Rudnicky, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Jean-Michel Lunati, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Alexander M Franz, Carnegie Mellon University
Date of Original Version
1-1-1991
Type
Conference Proceeding
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Abstract or Description

Fast and accurate speech recognition systems bring with them the possibility
of designing flexible voice driven applications. In this paper, we highlight
the needs related to a voice interface and describe the implementation of
a general-purpose spoken language interface, the Camegie Mellon Spoken
Language Shell (CM-SLS). CM-SLS provides voice interface services to
different applications running on the same computer. CM-SLS was used
to build the Office Manager, a collection of applications that includes an
appointment calendar, a personal database, voice mail and a calculator. The
performance of several system components is described.

Citation Information
Alexander I Rudnicky, Jean-Michel Lunati and Alexander M Franz. "Spoken Language Recognition in an Office Management Domain" Proceedings of the Intl. Conf. on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (1991) p. 829 - 832
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/alexander_rudnicky/52/