Sixth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology
(EUROSPEECH'99)

Budapest, Hungary
September 5-9, 1999

Language Modelling and Spoken Dialogue Systems - the ARISE Experience

P. Baggia (1), A. Kellner (2), Guy Pérennou (3), C. Popovici (4), Janienke Sturm (5), Frank Wessel (6)

(1) CSELT, I-10148 Torino, Italy; (2) Philips Research Lab., Aachen, Germany; (3) IRIT, Toulouse, France; (4) ICI, Bucuresti, Romania; (5) Univ. of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands; (6) RWTH Aachen, Aachen, Germany

The aim of this paper is to describe the experiences gained in the field of language modelling during the LE-3 ARISE (Automatic Railway Information Systems for Europe) project. All of the different techniques presented in this paper are related to the field of Spoken Dialogue Systems, and they cope with the issues of limited amount of training material and the exploitation of the constraints available in a dialogue system. The results obtained may be useful for the future development of similar applications.


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Bibliographic reference.  Baggia, P. / Kellner, A. / Pérennou, Guy / Popovici, C. / Sturm, Janienke / Wessel, Frank (1999): "Language modelling and spoken dialogue systems - the ARISE experience", In EUROSPEECH'99, 1767-1770.