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SCAN - Speech Content Based Audio Navigator: A Systems Overview

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Title: SCAN - Speech Content Based Audio Navigator: A Systems Overview
Author: Choi, John; Hindle, Don; Hirschberg, Julia; Magrin-Chagnolleau, Ivan; Nakatani, Christine; Pereira, Fernando; Singhal, Amit; Whittaker, Steve
Type: Conference Paper
Keywords: Temporary
Citation: J. Choi, D. Hindle, J. Hirschberg, I. Magrin-Chagnolleau, C. Nakatani, F. Pereira, A. Singhal and S. Whittaker,"SCAN - Speech Content Based Audio Navigator: A Systems Overview," in Proceedings of International Conference on Spoken Language Processsing,
Abstract: SCAN (Speech Content based Audio Navigator) is a spoken document retrieval system integrating speaker-independent, large-vocabulary speech recognition with information-retrieval to support query-based retrieval of information from speech archives. Initial development focused on the application of SCAN to the broadcast news domain. This paper provides an overview of this system, including a description of its graphical user interface which incorporates machine-generated speech transcripts to provide local contextual navigation and random access for browsing large speech databases.
Date Published: 1998-01-15

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