Evaluation of spoken document retrieval for historic speech collections


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Heeren, W. and Jong de, F. and Werff van der, L. and Huijbregts, M. and Ordelman, R. (2008) Evaluation of spoken document retrieval for historic speech collections. In: Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC, 28-30 May 2008, Marrakech, Morocco.

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Abstract:The re-use of spoken word audio collections maintained by audiovisual archives is severely hindered by their generally limited access. The CHoral project, which is part of the CATCH program funded by the Dutch Research Council, aims to provide users of speech archives with online, instead of on-location, access to relevant fragments, instead of full documents. To meet this goal, a spoken document retrieval framework is being developed. In this paper the evaluation efforts undertaken so far to assess and improve various aspects of the framework are presented. These efforts include (i) evaluation of the automatically generated textual representations of the spoken word documents that enable word-based search, (ii) the development of measures to estimate the quality of the textual representations for use in information retrieval, and (iii) studies to establish the potential user groups of the to-be-developed technology, and the first versions of the user interface supporting online access to spoken word collections.
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