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Environmental Noise and Automatic Speech Recognition

In order to make human computer interaction more users friendly and natural, it is important to minimize the speech recognition errors. The automatic speech recognition technology can be greatly improved by adding the knowledge of current environment, user's emotional state, canceling the noise in the environment and overcoming the inter-speaker speech variations. A great amount of work is already performed in other areas such as Natural Language Processing and to reduce the ASR errors. In this research paper we will answer the question: “Is the level of noise in the surrounding environment related to the performance of Automatic Speech Recognition technology in Human - Computer Spoken Dialogues”?

Main objective of this report is to identify the relationship of the environmental noise on the performance of Automatic Speech Recognition Technology.

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Toward Spoken Human–Computer Tutorial Dialogues

Sidney K. D'Mello, Art Graesser, and Brandon King, "Toward Spoken Human–Computer Tutorial Dialogues," Human–Computer Interaction, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 289-323, December 2010.

URL: http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/hhci20

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WaelCh_COMP648_TMA1_Presentation

Tatiana V. Evreinova, Grigori Evreinov, Roope Raisamo, "Integrating discrete events and continuous head movements for video-based interaction techniques", http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01449290903353013#.UaQgD5wXEtw [May 26, 2013]

This article focuses on the computers ability to read human movements for their interaction. It looks at the possibility of encoding discrete and continuous movements. A sequence of movements can be interpreted as commands by the system. This is an interesting topic and critical for future natural user interface and human and machine interactions.

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Skinput: Appropriating the Body as an Input Surface

C. Harrison, D. Tan and D. Morris. “Skinput: appropriating the body as an input surface.” In Proc. International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2010, pp. 453-462. Available: http://0-delivery.acm.org.aupac.lib.athabascau.ca/10.1145/1760000/1753394/p453-harrison.pdf?ip=131.232.13.6&acc=ACTIVE%20SERVICE&CFID=77096969&CFTOKEN=28182964&__acm__=1326244370_4399d237ff6c96444800d2dc4dc15b4e [Jan. 10, 2012].

Added: 2117 days ago by josephwu

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