Modeling of Call Services for Public Sector

Maskeliūnas, R.; Rudžionis, A.; Ratkevičius, K.; Rudžionis, V.
May 2010
Electronics & Electrical Engineering;2010, Issue 100, p81
Academic Journal
Paper deals with application of English speech recognizer for multi-speaker Lithuanian digit names recognition. Many services in public sector require the identification of user or recognition of Lithuanian digit names with 95% or more accuracy. Combined multiple transcription selection method allowed to achieve multi-speaker recognition accuracy of ten Lithuanian digit names and two auxiliary words above 90%. It is possible to construct reliable user identification using only 7 digit names, so the experiments with three different sets of 7 Lithuanian digit names were performed and in all cases overall recognition accuracy exceeded 95%.


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