We propose a preliminary method for automatically correcting errors in spoken dialogue systems/footnote [This work was performed while Marco Orlandi was visiting SRI Labs. Christopher Culy now works at FXPAL and his and his address is culy@fxpal.com]. Current spoken dialogue systems usually show a rather static and rigid behavior regarding recognition errors, therefore a feasible method of correcting system errors might be helpful to successfully support user requests. Moreover, a correction differs from non-correction prosodically\cite [ICLSP_2000_A]- Generally a user correction exhibits a greater prosodic difference the more distant is from the initial error. In this case it is recognized more poorly, and it involves a longer human-machine interaction because this often leds to the same recognition errors

Using Dialog Corrections to Improve Speech Recognition

Orlandi, Marco;
2003

Abstract

We propose a preliminary method for automatically correcting errors in spoken dialogue systems/footnote [This work was performed while Marco Orlandi was visiting SRI Labs. Christopher Culy now works at FXPAL and his and his address is culy@fxpal.com]. Current spoken dialogue systems usually show a rather static and rigid behavior regarding recognition errors, therefore a feasible method of correcting system errors might be helpful to successfully support user requests. Moreover, a correction differs from non-correction prosodically\cite [ICLSP_2000_A]- Generally a user correction exhibits a greater prosodic difference the more distant is from the initial error. In this case it is recognized more poorly, and it involves a longer human-machine interaction because this often leds to the same recognition errors
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