Automatically assigned DDC number: 612846

Manually assigned DDC number: 00645

Title: Disfluencies In Switchboard

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Subject: Elizabeth Shriberg Disfluencies In Switchboard

Description: Disfluencies ("um," repeats, self-repairs) are prevalent in spontaneous speech, and are relevant to both human speech communication and speech processing by machine. Although disfluencies have commonly been viewed as `noisy' events, results from a large descriptive study indicate that disfluencies show regularities in a number of dimensions [9]. This paper reports selected results on Switchboard and two comparison corpora of spontaneous speech. Results illustrate the systematic distribution of disfluencies, and highlight differences as well as universals across corpora and speakers. 1. INTRODUCTION Disfluencies (e.g., "um" and "uh", repeats, self-repairs) are prevalent in spontaneous speech, and are relevant to modeling both human speech communication and speech processing by machine. Although historically disfluencies have been viewed as noisy events, and have received relatively little attention, a more recent focus on spontaneous speech has directed increased interest to disfluenc...

Contributor: The Pennsylvania State University CiteSeer Archives

Publisher: unknown

Date: 1970-01-01

Pubyear: 1996

Format: ps

Identifier: http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/140435.html

Source: ftp://ftp.speech.sri.com/pub/people/ees/papers/icslp96-dfs-swb.ps

Language: en

Rights: unrestricted

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