Accession Number : ADP005603
Title : Voice Interactive Systems in Severe Noise Conditions,
Corporate Author : INSTITUTE FOR PERCEPTION RVO-TNO SOESTERBERG (NETHERLANDS)
Personal Author(s) : Steeneken,H. J. ; Langhout,G.
Report Date : FEB 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 6
Abstract : In a comparison of word recognition performance between human listeners and automatic speech recognition systems (ASR), the human listeners performs much better, especially in severe noise conditions. An application engineer can try to optimize the performance of an ASR system by selecting the optimal noise cancelling microphone and vocabulary for voice input. Some results from a study on the effect of signal handling and vocabulary configuration on the performance of voice input and voice output systems will be discussed.
Descriptors : *SPEECH RECOGNITION, *MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS, *AIRCRAFT NOISE, SPEECH TRANSMISSION, INTERACTIONS, OPTIMIZATION, CANCELLATION, HELICOPTERS, COCKPITS, INPUT, OUTPUT
Subject Categories : Voice Communications
Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE