Real-time ASR from meetings

  • Garner P
  • Dines J
  • Hain T
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Abstract

The AMI(DA) system is a meeting room speech recognition system that has been developed and evaluated in the context of the NIST Rich Text (RT) evaluations. Recently, the "Distant Access" requirements of the AMIDA project have necessitated that the system operate in real-time. Another more difficult requirement is that the system fit into a live meeting transcription scenario. We describe an infrastructure that has allowed the AMI(DA) system to evolve into one that fulfils these extra requirements. We emphasise the components that address the live and real-time aspects. Copyright © 2009 ISCA.

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  • Beam-forming
  • Meeting ASR
  • Real-time speech recognition
  • Speech meta-data

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  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-70450174924
  • ISSN: 19909772
  • SGR: 70450174924
  • PUI: 355682612

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  • Thomas HainUniversity of Sheffield

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  • Philip N. Garner

  • John Dines

  • Asmaa El Hannani

  • Martin Karafiát

  • Danil Korchagin

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