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Proceedings of the first international conference on Human language technology research - HLT '01
Oral communication is ubiquitous and carries important information yet it is also time consuming to document. Given the development of storage media and networks one could just record and store a conversation for documentation. The question is, however, how an interesting information piece would be found in a large database. Traditional information retrieval techniques use a histogram of keywords as the document representation but oral communication may offer additional indices such as the timedoi:10.3115/1072133.1072134 fatcat:nk5p7q5zibaopfdy55xxw5cova