In this paper we present the first results of the CEC-sponsored project Sqale (Speech recognition Quality Assessment for Linguistic Engineering). In this project the recognition performance of four different systems in four different languages is assessed. The official word-error scores are presented, and the significant differences between the systems are indicated. Finally, the first results on the analysis of the various word error rates are given.
Bibliographic reference. Steeneken, Herman J. M. / Leeuwen, David A. van (1995): "Multi-lingual assessment of speaker independent large vocabulary speech-recognition systems: THE SQALE-PROJECT", In EUROSPEECH-1995, 1271-1274.