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Design patterns in object-oriented frameworks

S. Srinivasan
1999 Computer  
In the context of speech-recognition applications, the author describes the benefits of an object-oriented framework rich with design patterns that provide a natural way to model complex concepts and capture  ...  Acknowledgment This framework was originally developed as part of the Medspeak/Radiology product with John Vergo at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center.  ...  Radiology dictation application We designed the MedSpeak/Radiology dictation application-the first framework we created-to build reports for radiologists using real-time speech recognition. 8 We ourselves  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.745717 fatcat:dhh5cts3kbegpmdjq7vbndogbe

Risks and benefits of speech recognition for clinical documentation: a systematic review

Tobias Hodgson, Enrico Coiera
2015 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
speech recognition pro- gram for radiology 6 72 89.70 4 IBM MedSpeak v1.1 þ Koivikko et al. 2008 Improvement of report work- flow and productivity using speech recognition -a fol- low-up  ...  understanding 0.01 Ramaswamy et al. 2000 Continuous speech recognition in MR imaging reporting: Advantages, disad- vantages, and impact SR Irregular spacing 2.98 Spelling errors 0.30  ... 
doi:10.1093/jamia/ocv152 pmid:26578226 pmcid:PMC4954615 fatcat:4zu2lwyqjjdprbsp6jru2pcjje

Economic Evaluation of Voice Recognition for the Clinicians' Desktop at the Naval Hospital Roosevelt Roads

Erik Threet, Monique P. Fargues
1999 Military medicine  
Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 1 hour per response, including the time for reviewing instruction, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining  ...  burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to Washington headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports  ...  key to LBMs MedSpeak/Radiology for Windows NT is that it combines continuous free flow approach SRT with a large vocabulary.  ... 
doi:10.1093/milmed/164.2.119 pmid:10050569 fatcat:f543676fvrdf5a75i7slhlbzxe

Page 267 of Journal of Management Information Systems Vol. 22, Issue 4 [page]

Journal of Management Information Systems  
/nternational Journal of Speech Technology, 4, | (March 2001), 19-30. 22. Lai, J., and Vergo, J. MedSpeak: Report creation with continuous speech recognition. In S.  ...  Error correction via a post-processor for continuous speech recognition. In M.H. Hayes and M.A.  ... 

Natural Language Processing: A Human-Computer Interaction Perspective [chapter]

Bill Manaris
1998 Advances in Computers  
Keywords: natural language processing, human-computer interaction, speech recognition, speech understanding, natural language widgets, multimodal user interfaces, user interface development, user interface  ...  As computers continue to become more affordable and accessible, the importance of user interfaces that are effective, robust, unobtrusive, and user-friendly -regardless of user expertise or impediments  ...  Finally, MedSpeak is a multimodal interface for creating radiology reports (Lai and Vergo, 1997). It accepts input via speech (dictation and command modes), mouse, and keyboard.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0065-2458(08)60665-8 fatcat:qkvovunv6bdqrn4wwuutmtwd6m

Proceedings, 107th Annual Meeting Medical Library Association, Inc. Philadelphia, PA May 18–23, 2007

Frances H. Lynch, Judith L. Rieke
2008 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
International Cooperation Section, in conjunction with Public Health/Health Administration, Veteri-  ...  In 1998, the first Medspeak brochure debuted at the annual meeting. Now, nine years later, with the publication of three new brochures, there are a total of seven Medspeak brochures.  ...  Continuing my approach of looking at things with an ''out-of-the-box'' attitude, I'm going to change the order of the ANC mnemonic as I wish to report first on the major new initiatives achieved during  ... 
doi:10.3163/1559-9439.96.1.e1 pmid:18219373 pmcid:PMC2212333 fatcat:2jrhc6irgze7ri2cbq22lacko4

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Trends on Japanese dictation systems

Masafumi Nishimura
1998 Acoustical Science and Technology  
tistical methods 、 " Proc 、 iEEE S4(4 ) , 532 −. 556 ( 1976) . 6mum likelihoQd apProach to continuous speech recog ・ nition ノ with continueus speech recognition , " CH 工 一 97, 431  ...  Theory IT ・ 3( 4 ) ( 1967) 、 5)F . jelinek , ' ' Continuous speech recognition by sta .  ... 
doi:10.20697/jasj.54.3_229 fatcat:h5uobefh3jbpzicbuhspzm4a2i

Object oriented reuse: experience in developing a framework for speech recognition applications

S. Srinivasan, J. Vergo
Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Software Engineering  
In this context, we share our experience with developing an object oriented framework for a specific new technology, i.e. speech recognition.  ...  We describe the benefits of the object oriented paradigm rich with design patterns, which provide a natural way to model complex concepts and capture system relationships effectively, along with achieving  ...  The framework was originally developed in conjunction with the MedSpeak/Radiology[ IO] application and is based on IBM's Continuous Speech Recognition[7] technology.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icse.1998.671385 dblp:conf/icse/SrinivasanV98 fatcat:73mx3vyu3ndwzhrab4bmhb4sxu

Proceedings, 111th Annual Meeting Medical Library Association, Inc. Minneapolis, MN May 13–18, 2011

Kristine M Alpi, Diana Delgado
2012 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
Total attendance was 1,886 with 406 participating in continuing education.  ...  for recognition of their accomplishments.  ... 
doi:10.3163/1536-5050.100.1.e1 pmid:22272165 pmcid:PMC3257487 fatcat:gsbrwdmx4jfvhoqcojv3e6c73m

Željko Kaluđerović (Novi Sad, Serbia)

Elvio Baccarini, Ivan Cifrić, Jozo Čizmić, Ante Čović, Josip Grbac, Nenad Hlača, Majda Pahor, Fernando Stepke, Hans-Martin Sass, Michael Cheng-Tek Tai, Ksenija Turković, Karel Turza (+9 others)
Nada Gosić   unpublished
'In our time, political speech and writing are largely the defense of the indefensible.' 22 Language as War The famous aphorism by Carl von Clausewitz states that 'War is the continuation of politics  ...  It involves the creation of an infrastructure.  ...  , Therefore, I, George Bush, President of the United States of America, do 552 JAHR  Vol. 4  No. 7  2013 california), and neuroesthetics, as the study of the neural bases for the contemplation and creation  ... 
fatcat:2grbeb7exzdilbwazlnpv2br3m

Using Photography as an Analogy in the Experience of Death and Mourning

PAULA MAREE MAHONEY
2017
The Grattan Institute prepared an independent report, "Dying Well", in 2014 about how, where and with whom we die.  ...  Austin's theory of performative speech acts, where speech does something.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/59223aadd103b fatcat:ymmhl4wwxrauvdi3fwtlas46ry