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Monday, April 24, 2006

a verse on speech recognition...

I am currently working on improving Speech Recognition using semantics of language and the long hours at work inspired me to write something about it...

"I am involved in doing Speech Recognition;
And Reducing the Word Error Rate is my ambition;
As the recognizer performs the frame transitions;
And tries to come up with an accurate cognition;"

The Word Error Rate (WER) mentioned here is a measure of performance of the speech recognizer.


  • is there anything that crosses your way and you don't have a verse on it?

    By Blogger Soham, at 2:58 AM  

  • :) well, at least i am trying to think of it differently...

    By Blogger anonymous, at 2:32 PM  

  • Good one.
    This is called a tail-rhyme (final syllables of the last word in each line matches).
    For American pronunciation, this verse is "feminine tail rhyme" (the syllable before the last is stressed).


    By Blogger Dust-Biter, at 5:17 PM  

  • oh thanks for the info.. i dint know this.. :)

    By Blogger anonymous, at 11:48 PM  

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