ICSI's RESPITE page
RESPITE, for the REcognition of Speech by Partial Information
TEchniques, is a European Union-funded research collaboration headed
by Sheffield University and comprising Sheffield, IDIAP, FPMs, ICP Grenoble,
DaimlerChrysler, Matra and ICSI. The three-year project began in January
These pages give some details on the parts of the project being conducted
at ICSI. Specifically, there are:
Slides from my talk at the RESPITE/SPHEAR workshop held at Les Marecottes, Switzerland. These mainly summarize my results to date with posterior-combination for the AURORA task.
- Notes on the multistream recognizer
we are developing to address the AURORA noisy digits task that
is one of the focii of the project.
- Notes on the CASA Toolkit being developed
within the project by ICSI and Sheffield
- Some old pages relating to the proposal.
Access to these pages is limited to project participants.
RESPITE project homepage
ICSI Realization group homepage
Updated: $Date: 1999/07/15 17:32:58 $
DAn Ellis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley CA