THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY MULTIMEDIA DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL DEMO SYSTEM
A. Tuerk, S.E. Johnson, P. Jourlin, K Sparck Jones & P.C. Woodland
The Cambridge University Multimedia Document Retrieval Demo System is a web based application that allows the user to query a database of automatically generated transcripts of radio broadcasts that are available on-line. The paper describes how speech recognition and information retrieval techniques are combined in this system and shows how the user can interact with it.
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