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Enhancing the Usability of Real-Time Speech Recognition Captioning through Personalised Displays and Real-Time Multiple Speaker Editing and Annotation

Enhancing the Usability of Real-Time Speech Recognition Captioning through Personalised Displays and Real-Time Multiple Speaker Editing and Annotation
Enhancing the Usability of Real-Time Speech Recognition Captioning through Personalised Displays and Real-Time Multiple Speaker Editing and Annotation
Text transcriptions of the spoken word can benefit deaf people and also anyone who needs to review what has been said (e.g. at lectures, presentations, meetings etc.) Real time captioning (i.e. creating a live verbatim transcript of what is being spoken) using phonetic keyboards can provide an accurate live transcription for deaf people but is often not available because of the cost and shortage of highly skilled and trained stenographers. This paper describes the development of a system that can provide an automatic text transcription of multiple speakers using speech recognition (SR), with the names of speakers identified in the transcription
automatic speech recognition automatic captioning communication and learning text synchronised with speech deaf
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446-452
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Wald, Mike and Bain, Keith (2007) Enhancing the Usability of Real-Time Speech Recognition Captioning through Personalised Displays and Real-Time Multiple Speaker Editing and Annotation. Stephanidis, C (ed.) HCI International 2007: 12th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. 22 - 27 Jul 2007. pp. 446-452 .

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Text transcriptions of the spoken word can benefit deaf people and also anyone who needs to review what has been said (e.g. at lectures, presentations, meetings etc.) Real time captioning (i.e. creating a live verbatim transcript of what is being spoken) using phonetic keyboards can provide an accurate live transcription for deaf people but is often not available because of the cost and shortage of highly skilled and trained stenographers. This paper describes the development of a system that can provide an automatic text transcription of multiple speakers using speech recognition (SR), with the names of speakers identified in the transcription

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Published date: 2007
Additional Information: Event Dates: 22-27 July
Venue - Dates: HCI International 2007: 12th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 2007-07-22 - 2007-07-27
Keywords: automatic speech recognition automatic captioning communication and learning text synchronised with speech deaf
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 264106
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/264106
ISBN: 0-8058-5807-5
PURE UUID: 878fd252-ecce-418e-a535-b406a7296ce2

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Date deposited: 01 Jun 2007
Last modified: 02 Dec 2019 21:04

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Author: Mike Wald
Author: Keith Bain
Editor: C Stephanidis

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