5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing

Sydney, Australia
November 30 - December 4, 1998

High Accuracy Chinese Speech Recognition Approach with Chinese Input Technology for Telecommunication Use

York Chung-Ho Yang, June-Jei Kuo

Matsushita Electric Institute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan

Phoneme-oriented input with synchronised auto-revision to pictographic nature of written Chinese and Chinese speech recognition are two subjects not often brought together in the same article nor even the same proposition. This paper explores the growing relations between these two entities and, in particular, investigates what is found in integration the Chinese phonetic input with its auto-revision methods (Kuo; 1986, 1987, 1995, 1996) and Chinese isolated word, continuous speech recognition for portable device such as mobile telephone. Chinese phonetic input with a synchronised auto-revision approach integrates with a small size, high recognition rate Chinese speech recognition kernel for DSP single chip application will be introduced in this paper. Chinese phrase taxonomy has been defined and the definition is ready to be obtained from the system's dictionary.

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Bibliographic reference.  Yang, York Chung-Ho / Kuo, June-Jei (1998): "High accuracy Chinese speech recognition approach with Chinese input technology for telecommunication use", In ICSLP-1998, paper 0505.