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Towards interactive correction of speech recognition errors

Conference paper
Authors Peter Ljunglöf
Published in SLTC'16, 6th Swedish Language Technology Conference
Publication year 2016
Published at Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Computing Science (GU)
Language en
Subject categories Computational linguistics


In this project we explore how to make quick fixes to simple texts using as few interactions as possible. There are several situations where this could be useful, such as when you are driving (and don't have access to a keyboard), if your device is too small for a proper keyboard (such as a mobile phone), or if you have a communicative disability (e.g., cerebral palsy, visual impairment, or something else). The main contribution of this work is about improving the online interaction for a user who wants to correct speech recognition errors. The actual error correction algorithm that we have used -- based on the Levenshtein edit distance -- has not been in focus, and can probably be improved substantially.

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