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A multimedia retrieval system using speech input

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Author: Popescu-Belis, A. · Poller, P. · Kilgour, J. · Boertjes, E. · Carletta, J. · Castronovo, S. · Fapso, M. · Flynn, M. · Nanchen, A. · Wilson, T. · Wit, J.de · Yazdan, M.
Type:article
Date:2009
Source:International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces and the Workshop on Machine Learning for Multimodal Interfaces, ICMI-MLMI'09, 2-6 November 2009, Cambridge, MA, USA, 223-224
Identifier: 275974
doi: doi:10.1145/1647314.1647356
Keywords: Informatics · Information Interfaces and Presentation · Multimedia Information Systems · Information Storage and Retrieval · Information Search and Retrieval · Design · Human factors · Just-in-time retrieval · Meeting assistants · Speech input

Abstract

The AMIDA Automatic Content Linking Device (ACLD) monitors a conversation using automatic speech recognition (ASR), and uses the detected words to retrieve documents that are of potential use to the participants in the conversation. The document set that is available includes project related documents such as reports, memos or emails, as well as snippets of past meetings that were transcribed using offline ASR. In addition, results of Web searches are also displayed. Several visualisation interfaces are available.