speech recognition, relaxation network model
A relaxation network model that includes higher order weight connections is introduced. To demonstrate its utility, the model is applied to the speech recognition domain. Traditional speech recognition systems typically consider only that context preceding the word to be recognized. However, intuition suggests that considering both preceding context as well as following context should improve recognition accuracy. The work described here tests this hypothesis by applying the higher order relaxation network to consider both precedes and follows context in speech recognition. The results demonstrate both the general utility of the higher order relaxation network as well as its improvement over traditional methods on a speech recognition task.
Original Publication Citation
Ventura D., Wilson, D. R., Moncur B., and Martinez, T. R., "A Neural Model of Centered Tri-gram Speech Recognition", Proceedings of the IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks IJCNN'99, CD paper #2188, 1999.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Martinez, Tony R.; Ventura, Dan A.; Wilson, D. Randall; and Moncur, Brian, "A Neural Model of Centered Tri-gram Speech Recognition" (1999). All Faculty Publications. 1119.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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