First International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP 90)

Kobe, Japan
November 18-22, 1990

A Speech Recognition Research Environment Based on Large-Scale Word and Concept Dictionaries

Hiroyuki Chimoto (1), Hideaki Shinchi (2), Hideki Hashimoto (2), Shinya Amano (1)

(1) Japan Electronic Dictionary Research Institute, Ltd., Fifth Research Laboratory Research Center
(2) Toshiba Software Engineering Corporation, Kawasaki, Japan

This paper describes a speech recognition research environment based on large-scale Japanese word and concept dictionaries. The dictionaries are currently under development at Japan Electronic Dictionary Research Institute (EDR). The research environment includes user-interactive capabilities, which enable efficient upgrade and revision of the dictionaries; and it has high-speed hardware, which supports real-time processing of speech input data. Within this environment, a combination of the two dictionaries will be applied to deal with the inherent ambiguities of speech recognition.

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Bibliographic reference.  Chimoto, Hiroyuki / Shinchi, Hideaki / Hashimoto, Hideki / Amano, Shinya (1990): "A speech recognition research environment based on large-scale word and concept dictionaries", In ICSLP-1990, 1013-1016.