ISCA Archive

Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech
(DiSS'05)

Aix-en-Provence, France
September 10-12, 2005

DiSS'05

Acoustic-Phonetic Decoding of Different Types of Spontaneous Speech in Spanish

Doroteo T. Toledano (1), Antonio Moreno Sandoval (2), José Colás Pasamontes (1), Javier Garrido Salas (1)

(1) Human-Computer Technologies Laboratory (HCTLab), Escuela Politécnica Superior, Madrid, Spain
(2) Laboratorio de Lingüística Informática (LLI-UAM) Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

This paper presents preliminary acoustic-phonetic decoding results for Spanish on the spontaneous speech corpus C-ORAL-ROM. These results are compared with results on the read speech corpus ALBAYZIN. We also compare the decoding results obtained with the different types of spontaneous speech in C-ORAL-ROM. As the most important conclusions, the experiments show that the type of spontaneous speech has a deep impact on spontaneous speech recognition results. Best speech recognition results are those obtained on speech captured from the media.

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Bibliographic reference.  Toledano, Doroteo T. / Sandoval, Antonio Moreno / Pasamontes, José Colás / Salas, Javier Garrido (2005): "Acoustic-phonetic decoding of different types of spontaneous speech in Spanish", In DiSS-2005, 165-168.