|Title||Controlling Limited-Domain Applications by Probabilistic Semantic Decoding of Natural Speech|
|Authors||Holger Stahl, Johannes Müller, Manfred Lang|
|Type||Scientific Conference Paper|
|Abstract||The paper describes a speech understanding system, which allows the online control of arbitrary running applications owning a well-defined command interface. A sequential combination of a signal preprocessor, a stochastic-driven one-stage semantic decoder and a rule-based intention decoder is proposed. Following this principle and using the respective algorithms, speech understanding front-ends for the domains 'graphic editor' and 'service robot' could be successfully realized.
Keywords: speech understanding, stochastic knowledge bases, semantic decoding, intention decoding
|Reference||Proceedings ICASSP 97 (Munich, Germany, 1997), pp. 1163-1166
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