Intelligent speech for information systems: Towards biliteracy and trilingualism
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AbstractThis paper reports on our research and development effort in human-computer spoken language interfaces, capable of processing English and Chinese, including two dialects for Chinese (Cantonese and Putonghua). This is the language environment in Hong Kong, and in order to develop human-computer spoken language interfaces that can be used by almost anybody in the region, we strive to develop speech and language technologies capable of handling biliteracy and trilingualism. The context of use is in accessing real-time information in the financial domain.
All Author(s) ListMeng H.M.
Name of ConferenceACM Conference on Universal Usability 2000
Start Date of Conference16/11/2000
End Date of Conference17/11/2000
Place of ConferenceArlington, VA
Country/Region of ConferenceUnited States of America
Proceedings TitleProceedings on the 2000 conference on Universal Usability
Detailed descriptionPaper presented in the 1st ACM Conference on Universal Usability (CUU-2000)
Place of PublicationNew York
Pages91 - 95
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsMultilingual, Speech interfaces, Spoken language systems

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