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1181
Dialog Structure and Plan Recognition in Spontaneous Spoken Dialog
Young, Sheryl R.. - : Defense Technical Information Center, 1993
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Proceedings of the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group for Ada Artificial Intelligence Working Group, 1992 Summer Workshop Held in Seattle, Washington on June 24-27, 1992
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1183
Methods for Parallelizing Search Paths in Phrasing
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1184
Dialog Structure and Plan Recognition in Spontaneous Spoken Dialog
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AMAR: A Computational Model of Autosegmental Phonology
In: DTIC AND NTIS (1993)
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1186
Comparative Experiments on Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition
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1187
Domain and Language Evaluation Results
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1188
Using Case-Based Reasoning in Natural Language Processing
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Using conventional articulation tests with highly unintelligible children : identification and programming concerns
In: Language, speech and hearing services in schools. - Rockville, Md. : Assoc. 23 (1992) 1, 52-60
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1190
VHDL and Waves Descriptions for a Pseudo-Random Pattern Generator
Serafino, Karen M.; Dukes, Michael A.. - : Defense Technical Information Center, 1992
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1191
An Evaluation Methodology for Natural Language Processing Systems
Neal, Jeannette G.; Feit, Elissa L.; Funke, Douglas J.. - : Defense Technical Information Center, 1992
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A Practical Methodology for the Evaluation of Spoken Language Systems
Boisen, Sean; Bates, Madeleine. - : Defense Technical Information Center, 1992
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Modelling music with grammars: formal language representation in the Bol Processor
In: Computer Representations and Models in Music ; https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00004506 ; Computer Representations and Models in Music, Academic Press, pp.207-238, 1992 (1992)
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1194
Diagnostic Theory of Information as a Testing Technique to Ascertain Spanish Reading Proficiency
In: Education and Human Development Master's Theses (1992)
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1195
Development of a Spoken Language System
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1196
An Evaluation Methodology for Natural Language Processing Systems
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1197
VHDL and Waves Descriptions for a Pseudo-Random Pattern Generator
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Overview of the Fourth Message Understanding Evaluation and Conference
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1199
Natural Language Generation
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1200
Talking to InterFIS: Adding Speech Input to a Natural Language Interface
In: DTIC AND NTIS (1992)
Abstract: InterFIS is a natural language interface to the troubleshooting module of the Fault Isolation Shell (FIS), which is an expert system development tool for the diagnosis of failures in analog electronics equipment. The main functions of this FIS module are as follows: (1) to compute the probability that a particular fault hypothesis is correct after one or more tests have been performed on a particular piece of electronics equipment, and (2) to recommend the next best test based on information supplied by the diagnostician during a testing session. The original interface to FIS was standard keyboard input, where the appropriate abbreviations for all commands were displayed on the screen in a large list grouped by function. A simple graphic interface also was developed, where the user invoked the commands by clicking on screen buttons labeled according to their functional grouping. Later a natural language interface, InterFIS, was added. InterFIS is a natural language understanding interface that accepts typed English commands as input. The PROTEUS chart parser performs a syntactic analysis, producing an application-independent syntactic representation of the input sentence. This intermediate representation is mapped to domain-specific verb models by the semantic interpreter PFQAS and then converted to FIS commands by the command translator COIN. The main drawback to this interface is that typing English sentences is slow and requires the use of both hands. This report discusses the addition of speech recognition capabilities to InterFIS. Because of the limitations of today's speech recognition technology, the addition of this capability affects the structure and flexibility of the interface. The report describes the speech recognition module, and provides a brief evaluation of its performance.
Keyword: *EXPERT SYSTEMS; *FAILURE(ELECTRONICS); *GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE; *INFORMATION PROCESSING; *NATURAL LANGUAGE; *NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING; *SPEECH RECOGNITION; COMPUTER AIDED DIAGNOSIS; Computer Programming and Software; Cybernetics; Electrical and Electronic Equipment; ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT; ELECTRONICS TROUBLESHOOTING; ENGLISH LANGUAGE; FAILURE DIAGNOSIS; FAULT DETECTION; FAULT HYPOTHESES; FIS(FAULT ISOLATION SHELL); HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERFACE; Linguistics; MACHINE TRANSLATION; PARSERS; PE62234N; SEMANTICS; SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS; SYNTAX; TEST AND EVALUATION; TROUBLESHOOTING; WUDN2573
URL: http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADA255865
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