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SPINE: Speech in Noisy Environments

Investigators

Ramana Rao Gadde
Harry Bratt
Horacio Franco
Martin Graciarena
Kemal Sönmez
Andreas Stolcke
Anand Venkataraman
Dimitra Vergyri
Jing Zheng

Project Summary

SRI participated regularly in the evaluations of speech recognition systems on speech collected under noisy conditions. The SPINE task was sponsored by DARPA.

SRI's SPINE recognition systems is based on the DECIPHER recognizer and builds on the research carried out under the Consistency Modeling and LVCSR projects.

One of our research projects, funded by DARPA's Reliable Omni-Present Automatic Recognition (ROAR) program, involves the use of multiple sensors for robustness in noisy environments.

Another line of research under this program explores approach to dialog modeling without large amounts of labeled training data.

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