September 22-25, 1997
We incorporated a simulated military radio into a spoken language interface to a distributed simulation environment for military commander training. The resulting architecture bypassed the inherent problem of acoustic mismatch that arises in integrating radio output with a speech recognition front end, while at the same time preserving the realism of speech synthesis output through a military radio. We assessed the utility of formal evaluation methods to benchmark the impact of the radio model on a commercial speech synthesizer.
Bibliographic reference. Anthony, E. Richard / Bowen, Charles / Peet, Margot T. / Tammaro, Susan (1997): "Integrating a radio model with a spoken language interface for military simulations", In EUROSPEECH-1997, 1823-1826.