The effects of certain background noises on the performance of a voice recognition system
Elster, Richard S.
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This report describes an experiment concerning the influence of different levels of background noise on the performance of a voice recognition system. Three levels of noise were used: 38, 65 and 75dBA. The results suggest that if the device is trained at 38, 65, or 75dBA, performance will be satisfactory in 38 or 65dBA environments, while to be used in a 75dBA environment, the devise should be trained in a 65 or 75dBA environment.
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NPS Report NumberNPS54-80-010
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