An Overview of the SPRACH System for the Transcription of Broadcast News
- An Overview of the SPRACH System for the Transcription of Broadcast News
- Cook, Gary
Ellis, Daniel P. W.
- Electrical Engineering
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- Proceedings of the DARPA Broadcast News Workshop, February 28-March 3, 1999, Hilton at Washington Dulles Airport, Herndon, Virginia
- Information Technology Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology
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- Gaithersburg, MD
- This paper describes the SPRACH system developed for the 1998 Hub-4E broadcast news evaluation. The system is based on the connectionist-HMM framework and uses both recurrent neural network and multi-layer perceptron acoustic models. We describe both a system designed for the primary transcription hub, and a system for the less-than 10 times real-time spoke. We then describe recent developments to CHRONOS, a time-first stack decoder. We show how these developments have simplified the evaluation system, and led to significant reductions in the error rate of the 10x real-time system. We also present a system designed to operate in real-time with negligible search error.
- Electrical engineering
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- Gary Cook, James Christie, Daniel P. W. Ellis, Eric Fosler-Lussier, Yoshi Gotoh, Brian Kingsbury, Nelson Morgan, Steve Renals, Tony Robinson, Gethin Williams, 1999, An Overview of the SPRACH System for the Transcription of Broadcast News, Columbia University Academic Commons, https://doi.org/10.7916/D80291XN.