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Transcription of Conference Room Meetings: an Investigation

KARAFIÁT, M.

Originální název

Transcription of Conference Room Meetings: an Investigation

Anglický název

Transcription of Conference Room Meetings: an Investigation

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en

Originální abstrakt

The automatic processing of speech collected in conference
style meetings has attracted considerable interest with several
large scale projects devoted to this area. In this paper we explore
the use of various meeting corpora for the purpose of automatic
speech recognition. In particular we investigate the similarity
of these resources and how to efficiently use them in the construction
of a meeting transcription system. The analysis shows
distinctive features for each resource. However the benefit in
pooling data and hence the similarity seems sufficient to speak
of a generic "conference meeting domain". In this context this
paper also presents work on development for the AMI meeting
transcription system, a joint effort by seven sites working on the
AMI (augmented multi-party interaction) project.

Anglický abstrakt

The automatic processing of speech collected in conference
style meetings has attracted considerable interest with several
large scale projects devoted to this area. In this paper we explore
the use of various meeting corpora for the purpose of automatic
speech recognition. In particular we investigate the similarity
of these resources and how to efficiently use them in the construction
of a meeting transcription system. The analysis shows
distinctive features for each resource. However the benefit in
pooling data and hence the similarity seems sufficient to speak
of a generic "conference meeting domain". In this context this
paper also presents work on development for the AMI meeting
transcription system, a joint effort by seven sites working on the
AMI (augmented multi-party interaction) project.

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@inproceedings{BUT18266,
  author="Thomas {Hain} and Martin {Karafiát} and Giulia {Garau} and Darren {Moore} and Vincent {Wan} and Roeland {Ordelman} and Steve {Renals}",
  title="Transcription of Conference Room Meetings: an Investigation",
  annote="The automatic processing of speech collected in conference
style meetings has attracted considerable interest with several
large scale projects devoted to this area. In this paper we explore
the use of various meeting corpora for the purpose of automatic
speech recognition. In particular we investigate the similarity
of these resources and how to efficiently use them in the construction
of a meeting transcription system. The analysis shows
distinctive features for each resource. However the benefit in
pooling data and hence the similarity seems sufficient to speak
of a generic "conference meeting domain". In this context this
paper also presents work on development for the AMI meeting
transcription system, a joint effort by seven sites working on the
AMI (augmented multi-party interaction) project.
", address="International Speech Communication Association", booktitle="Interspeech'2005 - Eurospeech - 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology", chapter="18266", institution="International Speech Communication Association", number="9", year="2005", month="september", pages="1", publisher="International Speech Communication Association", type="conference paper" }