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Proceedings of the workshop on Speech and Natural Language - HLT '91
This paper presents, in a first part, the detailed results of several field evaluations of the CNET speaker independent speech recognition system in a context of 2 voice-activatedservers accessible by the general French public over the telephone. The analysis of roughly ll 000 user's tokens indicates that the rejection of incorrect input is a major problem and that the gap between the recognition rates observed in real use conditions and in the most "realistic" laboratory tests remains verydoi:10.3115/112405.112429 fatcat:hsgb3e3zfjeazefp5l7wcbtara