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INSPIRE: Evaluation of a Smart-Home System for Infotainment Management and Device Control
Citation key moeller2004g
Author Möller, Sebastian and Krebber, Jan and Raake, Alexander and Smeele, Paula and Rajman, Martin and Melichar, Miroslav and Pallotta, Vicenzo and Tsakou, Gianna and Kladis, Basilis and Vovos, Anestis and Hoonhout, Jettie and Schuchardt, Dietmar and Fakotakis, Nikos and Ganchev, Todor and Potamitis, Ilyas
Title of Book Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2004)
Pages 1603–1606
Year 2004
Location Lisbon, Portugal
Address Lisbon, Portugal
Volume 5
Month may
Abstract This paper gives an overview of the assessment and evaluation methods which have been used to determine the quality of the INSPIRE smart home system. The system allows different home appliances to be controlled via speech, and consists of speech and speaker recognition, speech understanding, dialogue management, and speech output components. The performance of these components is first assessed individually, and then the entire system is evaluated in an interaction experiment with test users. Initial results of the assessment and evaluation are given, in particular with respect to the transmission channel impact on speech and speaker recognition, and the assessment of speech output for different system metaphors.
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