Second International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP'92)
Banff, Alberta, Canada
As part of its internal research program, MITRE has developed an experimental speech recognition system for small-vocabulary simple-grammar applications. This system, called Hark, has three parts: a signal processor for extracting feature vectors from the acoustic signal, a neural network for classifying the feature vectors, and a dynamic programming module for decoding the utterance. Hark is speaker independent and handles continuous speech with pauses after sentences. This paper provides an overview of the Hark system.
Bibliographic reference. Goblirsch, David M. / Albina, Toffee A. (1992): "HARK: an experimental speech recognition system", In ICSLP-1992, 1507-1510.