A Phonetic Adaptation Module for Spoken Dialogue Systems

Eran Raveh, Ingmar Steiner


This paper presents a novel component for spoken dialogue systems, which adds the functionality of adapting the system’s output based on the user’s input. The adaptation in done on the phonetic level for adopting the user’s speech characteristics without changing the system’s own. An architecture for a spoken dialogue is introduced, in which this module creates a direct link between the automatic speech recognition and text to speech modules.


Cite as: Raveh, E., Steiner, I. (2017) A Phonetic Adaptation Module for Spoken Dialogue Systems. Proc. SEMDIAL 2017 (SaarDial) Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, 162-163.


@inproceedings{Raveh2017,
  author={Eran Raveh and Ingmar Steiner},
  title={A Phonetic Adaptation Module for Spoken Dialogue Systems},
  year=2017,
  booktitle={Proc. SEMDIAL 2017 (SaarDial) Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue},
  pages={162--163}
}