CIAIR In-Car Speech Corpus--Influence of Driving Status--


IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Information and Systems   Vol.E88-D    No.3    pp.578-582
Publication Date: 2005/03/01
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DOI: 10.1093/ietisy/e88-d.3.578
Print ISSN: 0916-8532
Type of Manuscript: Special Section LETTER (Special Section on Corpus-Based Speech Technologies)
speech corpus,  in-car speech,  ITS,  

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CIAIR, Nagoya University, has been compiling an in-car speech database since 1999. This paper discusses the basic information contained in this database and an analysis on the effects of driving status based on the database. We have developed a system called the Data Collection Vehicle (DCV), which supports synchronous recording of multi-channel audio data from 12 microphones which can be placed throughout the vehicle, multi-channel video recording from three cameras, and the collection of vehicle-related data. In the compilation process, each subject had conversations with three types of dialog system: a human, a "Wizard of Oz" system, and a spoken dialog system. Vehicle information such as speed, engine RPM, accelerator/brake-pedal pressure, and steering-wheel motion were also recorded. In this paper, we report on the effect that driving status has on phenomena specific to spoken language

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