CONVERSATIONAL MODE AIRLINE INFORMATION AND RESERVATION SYSTEM USING SPEECH INPUT AND OUTPUT.

S. E. Levinson, K. L. Shipley

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Abstract

A conversational mode speech understanding system is described which enables its user to make airline reservations and obtain timetable information through a spoken dialog. The system is structured as a three level hierarchy consisting of an acoustic word recognizer, a syntax analyzer and a semantic processor. The semantic level controls an audio response system making two way speech communication possible. The system is highly robust and operates on-line in a few times real time on a laboratory minicomputer. The speech communication channel is a standard telephone set connected to the computer by an ordinary dialed-up line.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages203-208
Number of pages6
StatePublished - Jan 1 1980
Externally publishedYes
EventUnknown conference - Denver, CO, USA
Duration: Apr 9 1980Apr 11 1980

Conference

ConferenceUnknown conference
CityDenver, CO, USA
Period4/9/804/11/80

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Reservation systems
Speech communication
Information systems
Semantics
Telephone sets
Minicomputers
Level control
Acoustics

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Levinson, S. E., & Shipley, K. L. (1980). CONVERSATIONAL MODE AIRLINE INFORMATION AND RESERVATION SYSTEM USING SPEECH INPUT AND OUTPUT.. 203-208. Paper presented at Unknown conference, Denver, CO, USA, .

CONVERSATIONAL MODE AIRLINE INFORMATION AND RESERVATION SYSTEM USING SPEECH INPUT AND OUTPUT. / Levinson, S. E.; Shipley, K. L.

1980. 203-208 Paper presented at Unknown conference, Denver, CO, USA, .

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Levinson, SE & Shipley, KL 1980, 'CONVERSATIONAL MODE AIRLINE INFORMATION AND RESERVATION SYSTEM USING SPEECH INPUT AND OUTPUT.' Paper presented at Unknown conference, Denver, CO, USA, 4/9/80 - 4/11/80, pp. 203-208.
Levinson SE, Shipley KL. CONVERSATIONAL MODE AIRLINE INFORMATION AND RESERVATION SYSTEM USING SPEECH INPUT AND OUTPUT.. 1980. Paper presented at Unknown conference, Denver, CO, USA, .
Levinson, S. E. ; Shipley, K. L. / CONVERSATIONAL MODE AIRLINE INFORMATION AND RESERVATION SYSTEM USING SPEECH INPUT AND OUTPUT. Paper presented at Unknown conference, Denver, CO, USA, .6 p.
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