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COLING
2010
10 years 8 months ago
Detecting Speech Repairs Incrementally Using a Noisy Channel Approach
Unrehearsed spoken language often contains disfluencies. In order to correctly interpret a spoken utterance, any such disfluencies must be identified and removed or otherwise deal...
Simon Zwarts, Mark Johnson, Robert Dale
ACL
2009
10 years 11 months ago
Parsing Speech Repair without Specialized Grammar Symbols
This paper describes a parsing model for speech with repairs that makes a clear separation between linguistically meaningful symbols in the grammar and operations specific to spee...
Tim Miller, Luan Nguyen, William Schuler
COLING
2000
11 years 1 months ago
Processing Self Corrections in a speech to speech system
Speech repairs occur often in spontaneous spoken dialogues. The ability to detect and correct those repairs is necessary for any spoken language system. We present a framework to ...
Jörg Spilker, Martin Klarner, Günther G&...
COLING
2000
11 years 3 months ago
Modelling Speech Repairs in German and Mandarin Chinese Spoken Dialogues
Results presented in this paper strongly support the notion that similarities as well as differences in language systems can be empirically investigated by looking into the lingui...
Shu-Chuan Tseng
ACL
2004
11 years 3 months ago
A TAG-based noisy-channel model of speech repairs
This paper describes a noisy channel model of speech repairs, which can identify and correct repairs in speech transcripts. A syntactic parser is used as the source model, and a n...
Mark Johnson, Eugene Charniak
ACL
2008
11 years 3 months ago
A Unified Syntactic Model for Parsing Fluent and Disfluent Speech
This paper describes a syntactic representation for modeling speech repairs. This representation makes use of a right corner transform of syntax trees to produce a tree representa...
Tim Miller, William Schuler
KONVENS
2000
11 years 5 months ago
Processing Self Corrections
Speech repairs occur often in spontaneous spoken dialogues. The ability to detect and correct those repairs is necessary for any spoken language system. We present a framework to ...
Jörg Spilker, Martin Klarner, Günther G&...
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