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Speechalator: Two-Way Speech-to-Speech Translation in Your Hand

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Speechalator: Two-Way Speech-to-Speech Translation in Your Hand
This demonstration involves two-way automatic speechto-speech translation on a consumer off-the-shelf PDA. This work was done as part of the DARPA-funded Babylon project, investigating better speech-to-speech translation systems for communication in the field. The development of the Speechalator software-based translation system required addressing a number of hard issues, including a new language for the team (Egyptian Arabic), close integration on a small device, computational efficiency on a limited platform, and scalable coverage for the domain.
Alex Waibel, Ahmed Badran, Alan W. Black, Robert E
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where NAACL
Authors Alex Waibel, Ahmed Badran, Alan W. Black, Robert E. Frederking, Donna Gates, Alon Lavie, Lori S. Levin, Kevin Lenzo, Laura Mayfield Tomokiyo, Jürgen Reichert, Tanja Schultz, Dorcas Wallace, Monika Woszczyna, Jing Zhang
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