Great Overview Article


Today Dr. Tony Robinson gave me a present by mentioning this great article on comp.speech.research

Janet M. Baker, Li Deng,
James Glass, Sanjeev Khudanpur,
Chin-Hui Lee, Nelson Morgan, and
Douglas O’Shaughnessy

Research Developments and Directions in Speech Recognition and Understanding, Part 1
Research Developments and Directions in Speech Recognition and Understanding, Part 2

This article was MINDS 2006–2007 Report of the Speech Understanding Working Group,” one of five reports emanating from two workshops titled “Meeting of the MINDS: Future Directions for Human Language Technology,” sponsored by the U.S. Disruptive Technology Office (DTO). For me it was striking that spontaneous events are so important, I never thought about them from this point of view.

The whole state of things is also nicely described in Mark Gales talk Acoustic Modelling for Speech Recognition: Hidden Markov from Models and Beyond? The picture on the left is taken from it.

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