Spoken correction for chinese text entry
ISCSLP, pp. 648-659, 2006.
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With an average of 17 Chinese characters per phonetic syllable, correcting conversion errors with current phonetic input method editors (IMEs) is often painstaking and time consuming. We explore the application of spoken character description as a correction interface for Chinese text entry, in part motivated by the common practice of des...More
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