Work Files Saved Searches
   My Account                                                  Search:   Quick/Number   Boolean   Advanced       Help   


 The Delphion Integrated View

  Buy Now:   Buy PDF- 8pp  PDF  |   File History  |   Other choices   
  Tools:  Citation Link  |  Add to Work File:    
  View:  Expand Details   |  INPADOC   |  Jump to: 
 
 Email this to a friend  Email this to a friend 
       
Title: US6260015: Method and interface for correcting speech recognition errors for character languages
[ Derwent Title ]


Country: US United States of America

View Images High
Resolution

 Low
 Resolution

 
8 pages

 
Inventor: Wang, Huifang; West Palm Beach, FL
VanBuskirk, Ronald; Indiantown, FL
Lewis, James R.; Delray Beach, FL
Gong, Oing; West Palm Beach, FL

Assignee: International Business Machines Corp., Armonk, NY
other patents from INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION (280070) (approx. 44,393)
 News, Profiles, Stocks and More about this company

Published / Filed: 2001-07-10 / 1998-09-03

Application Number: US1998000146177

IPC Code: Advanced: G06K 9/03; G10L 15/22;
IPC-7: G10L 15/18; G10L 21/06;

ECLA Code: G06K9/03A; G10L15/22;

U.S. Class: Current: 704/257; 704/276; 704/E15.04;
Original: 704/257; 704/276;

Field of Search: 382/181,182,185,187,229 704/235,257,276

Priority Number:
1998-09-03  US1998000146177

Abstract:     A method for correcting errors of a speech recognition application in natural speech recognition of words or phrases represented by characters can include the steps of selecting a character corresponding to an incorrectly recognized spoken word or phrase and observing a list of alternative characters. The method also can include replacing the incorrect character with one of the alternative characters, if the alternative characters correctly represent the incorrectly recognized word or phrase. If none of the alternative characters in the list correctly represents the spoken word or phrase, the step of drawing some features of a character correctly representing the incorrectly recognized word or phrase by moving a cursor can be included. Also included in the method can be the step of updating the list of alternative characters responsive to the drawing step; and, repeating the replacing, drawing and updating steps until a character correctly representing the word or phrase is selected from the updated list. A graphical user interface can respond to keyboard, mouse and voice commands.

Attorney, Agent or Firm: Akerman Senterfitt ;

Primary / Asst. Examiners: Tsang, Fan; Opsasnick, Michael N.

INPADOC Legal Status: Show legal status actions

Family: None

First Claim:
Show all 28 claims
What is claimed is:     1. A method for correcting errors of a speech recognition application in natural speech recognition of words or phrases represented by characters, comprising the steps of:
  • selecting a character corresponding to an incorrectly recognized spoken word or phrase in a transcript of dictated text;
  • observing a list of alternative characters;
  • replacing said incorrect character in said transcript with one of said alternative characters, if said one of said alternative characters correctly represents said incorrectly recognized word or phrase; and,
  • drawing at least some features of a character correctly representing said incorrectly recognized word or phrase in said transcript by moving a cursor, if none of said alternative characters in said list correctly represents said spoken word or phrase.


Background / Summary: Show background / summary

Drawing Descriptions: Show drawing descriptions

Description: Show description

Forward References: Show 7 U.S. patent(s) that reference this one

       
U.S. References: Go to Result Set: All U.S. references   |  Forward references (7)   |   Backward references (13)   |   Citation Link

Buy
PDF
Patent  Pub.Date  Inventor Assignee   Title
Get PDF - 17pp US4926491  1990-05 Maeda et al.  Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba Pattern recognition device
Get PDF - 37pp US5163111  1992-11 Baji et al.  Hitachi, Ltd. Customized personal terminal device
Get PDF - 19pp US5220639  1993-06 Lee  National Science Council Mandarin speech input method for Chinese computers and a mandarin speech recognition machine
Get PDF - 37pp US5426745  1995-06 Baji et al.  Hitachi, Ltd. Apparatus including a pair of neural networks having disparate functions cooperating to perform instruction recognition
Get PDF - 12pp US5602960  1997-02 Hon et al.  Apple Computer, Inc. Continuous mandarin chinese speech recognition system having an integrated tone classifier
Get PDF - 28pp US5687333  1997-11 Dobashi et al.  Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba Information service system responsive to user's pointing manipulation
Get PDF - 145pp US5699455  1997-12 Arai et al.  Canon Kabushiki Kaisha Information processing method and apparatus
Get PDF - 29pp US5777614  1998-07 Ando et al.  Hitachi, Ltd. Editing support system including an interactive interface
Get PDF - 19pp US5787230  1998-07 Lee   System and method of intelligent Mandarin speech input for Chinese computers
Get PDF - 19pp US5841901  1998-11 Arai et al.  Hitachi, Ltd. Pattern recognition system
Get PDF - 40pp US5878274  1999-03 Kono et al.  Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba Intelligent multi modal communications apparatus utilizing predetermined rules to choose optimal combinations of input and output formats
Get PDF - 58pp US5953693  1999-09 Sakiyama et al.  Hitachi, Ltd. Sign language generation apparatus and sign language translation apparatus
Get PDF - 128pp US6005549  1999-12 Forest   User interface method and apparatus
       
Foreign References: None

Other References:
  • Lin et al,"On-line recognition of handwitten Chinese characters and alphabets", ICASSP 90, Apr. 1990.*
  • Lee, "Golden Mandarin (II)--an intelligent Mandarin dictation machine for chinese character input with adaptation/learning functions", ISSIPNN 1994, Apr. 1990.


  • Inquire Regarding Licensing

    Powered by Verity


    Plaques from Patent Awards      Gallery of Obscure PatentsNominate this for the Gallery...

    Thomson Reuters Copyright © 1997-2014 Thomson Reuters 
    Subscriptions  |  Web Seminars  |  Privacy  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Site Map  |  Contact Us  |  Help