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THE RT04 EVALUATION STRUCTURAL METADATA SYSTEMS AT CUED
Marcus Tomalin and Phil Woodland
This paper describes the development of the Cambridge University Fall 2004 Rich Transcription evaluation structural metadata systems. Details are given concerning the systems that were constructed for the Conversational Telephone Speech Slash Unit Boundary Detection, Filler Word Detection, and Interruption Point detection tasks, as well as for the Broadcast News Slash Unit Boundary Detection task. The systems described all used adapted versions of the same generic architecture. The use of large training data sets for the Slash Unit Boundary Detection task is considered, and development and evaluation results are given for all the systems.
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