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SEMCO
2007
IEEE
9 years 3 months ago
Cross-Genre Feature Comparisons for Spoken Sentence Segmentation
Automatic sentence segmentation of spoken language is an important precursor to downstream natural language processing. Previous studies combine lexical and prosodic features, but...
Sébastien Cuendet, Dilek Z. Hakkani-Tü...
ICASSP
2008
IEEE
9 years 3 months ago
Sentence segmentation and punctuation recovery for spoken language translation
Sentence segmentation and punctuation recovery are critical components for effective spoken language translation (SLT). In this paper we describe our recent work on sentence segme...
Matthias Paulik, Sharath Rao, Ian R. Lane, Stephan...
ACL
2006
8 years 10 months ago
Dependency Parsing of Japanese Spoken Monologue Based on Clause Boundaries
Spoken monologues feature greater sentence length and structural complexity than do spoken dialogues. To achieve high parsing performance for spoken monologues, it could prove eff...
Tomohiro Ohno, Shigeki Matsubara, Hideki Kashioka,...
ICASSP
2009
IEEE
9 years 4 months ago
Genre effects on automatic sentence segmentation of speech: A comparison of broadcast news and broadcast conversations
We investigate genre effects on the task of automatic sentence segmentation, focusing on two important domains – broadcast news (BN) and broadcast conversation (BC). We employ a...
Jáchym Kolár, Yang Liu, Elizabeth Sh...
COLING
1996
8 years 10 months ago
FeasPar - A Feature Structure Parser Learning to Parse Spoken Language
We describe and experimentally evaluate a system, FeasPar, that learns parsing spontaneous speech. To train and run FeasPar (Feature Structure Parser), only limited handmodeled kn...
Finn Dag Buø, Alex Waibel
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