4th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing
Philadelphia, PA, USA
The capability to view detailed events taking place inside of a speech search engine can be essential for reducing the computational complexity and enhancing the accuracy of a speech recognition system. This paper describes a generic search visualization and performance tuning tool, Vista, which permits a user to interactively examine data within the search module of a speech recognition system. Vista's key attributes include the ability to display a large number of active search paths simultaneously, to display data relevant to these paths, and to update the paths and data as the search progresses in time.
Bibliographic reference. Halstead, Robert H. Jr. / Serridge, Ben / Thong, Jean-Manuel Van / Goldenthal, William (1996): "Viterbi search visualization using vista: a generic performance visualization tool", In ICSLP-1996, 1910-1913.