Aspects of Research

Performing research for a speech-recognition system is not done in a vacuum; there is always a goal on which to focus as we gain more information. Elements of this include researching with an eye toward creating an easy-to-use application, where the terminology is audience-appropriate. A helpful technique is to perform a morphological analysis to examine the problem at hand by looking at other similar problems and relating information gleaned from those solutions to our own. Particularly in a speech environment, it's important to look at these situations carefully and understand that there can be a difference between what clients say they want and what they actually want, the speech system to do—they may be two different things. ...

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