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A Spoken Dialogue System to Control Robots

Motallebipour, Hossein LU and Bering, August (2002) EDA170 20022
Department of Computer Science
Abstract
Speech recognition is available on ordinary personal computers and is starting to appear in standard software applications. A known problem with speech interfaces is their integration into current graphical user interfaces. This paper reports on a prototype developed for studying integration of speech dialogue into graphical interfaces aimed towards programming of industrial robot arms. The aim of the prototype is to develop a speech dialogue system for solving simple relocation tasks in a robot work-cell using an industrial robot arm.
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author
Motallebipour, Hossein LU and Bering, August
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organization
course
EDA170 20022
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L3 - Miscellaneous, Projetcs etc.
subject
keywords
Computer Linguistics, ASR, NLP, CFG, Robotics, Speech Recognition, SAPI
language
English
additional info
Already published by Microsoft, and Penn State CiteSeerX at:

academic.research.microsoft.com/Publication/2629416/a-spoken-dialogue-system-to-control-robots
citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.64.1310

and cited by at least 4 independent works:

1-Hollingum, Cassford. Speech Technology at Work. 1988 (Book)
2-Manuel Malhado. A Receptionist Robot: Interface and Coordination. (Master's Thesis)
3-Shafkat Kibria. Speech Recognition for Robotic Control. (Master's Thesis)
4-Dimitra Anastasiou. Survey on Speech, Machine Translation and Gestures in Ambient Assisted Living.

and also the following websites:

www.cs.carleton.edu/cs_comps/0405/command.php
www.ling.gu.se/~sylvana/Courses/Metod/Metod03.html
wenku.baidu.com/view/802d96fc910ef12d2af9e7b7.html
lodel.irevues.inist.fr/tralogy/index.php?id=125
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3129332
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  abstract     = {Speech recognition is available on ordinary personal computers and is starting to appear in standard software applications. A known problem with speech interfaces is their integration into current graphical user interfaces. This paper reports on a prototype developed for studying integration of speech dialogue into graphical interfaces aimed towards programming of industrial robot arms. The aim of the prototype is to develop a speech dialogue system for solving simple relocation tasks in a robot work-cell using an industrial robot arm.},
  author       = {Motallebipour, Hossein and Bering, August},
  keyword      = {Computer Linguistics,ASR,NLP,CFG,Robotics,Speech Recognition,SAPI},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {A Spoken Dialogue System to Control Robots},
  year         = {2002},
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