Examination of voice recognition system to function in a bilingual mode
Neil, D. E.
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This report describes an experiment in which bilingual subjects (German/English) were used to examine the capability of Threshold Technology T600 voice recognition system to function in a bilingual mode. Results suggested that the system functioned equally well in either language when training and testing was in one language. However, significant degradation was observed when training and testing was bilingual in nature. (Author)
NPS Report NumberNPS55-81-004
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