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Title: US6347296: Correcting speech recognition without first presenting alternatives
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Country: US United States of America

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Inventor: Friedland, Steven J.; Boca Raton, FL

Assignee: International Business Machines Corp., Armonk, NY
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Published / Filed: 2002-02-12 / 1999-06-23

Application Number: US1999000338699

IPC Code: Advanced: G10L 15/22;
IPC-7: G10L 15/22; G10L 15/26; G10L 21/00;

ECLA Code: G10L15/22;

U.S. Class: Current: 704/231; 704/251; 704/252; 704/270; 704/E15.04;
Original: 704/231; 704/270; 704/251; 704/252;

Field of Search: 704/270,272,278,231,251,252

Priority Number:
1999-06-23  US1999000338699

Abstract:     A method and a system within a computer speech recognition system to automatically correct portions of text. The invention receives text derived from a first user input for inclusion in a body of text. Concurrently upon receipt of the first user input, and based upon the first user input, the system identifies a list of alternate text selections potentially intended by the user. Next, the system stores each of the alternate text selections in a memory location associated with the text. In response to a second user input, and without displaying the list of alternate text selections to the user, the system automatically retrieves a first one of the alternate text selections from the memory location and inserts the first one of the alternate text selections in place of the text in the body of text.

Primary / Asst. Examiners: Dorvil, Richemond; Nolan, Daniel A

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First Claim:
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What is claimed is:     1. In a computer speech recognition system, a method of automatically correcting portions of text comprising:
  • receiving text derived from a first user input for inclusion in a body of text;
  • concurrently upon receipt of said first user input, and based upon said first user input, identifying alternate text selections potentially intended by said user;
  • storing each of said alternate text selections in a memory location associated with said text;
  • in response to a second user input identifying at least a portion of said text, and without displaying said alternate text selections to said user, automatically retrieving a first one of said alternate text selections from said memory location and inserting said first one of said alternate text selections in place of said at least a portion of said text in said body of text.


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