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|Title:||Using likelihood L-statistics to measure confidence in audio-visual speech recognition|
|Citation:||2001 IEEE FOURTH WORKSHOP ON MULTIMEDIA SIGNAL PROCESSING,27-32|
|Abstract:||This paper describes recent work on decision fusion in audiovisual speech recognition. lit this work, a novel approach is proposed to combine audio and video channel information in audiovisual speech recognition scenario. We have considered frame-level phonetic classification problem using two single-stream Gaussian Mixture Models. Audio and video streams are adaptively weighted using a cumulative mean of the sample confidence values over past frames in addition to the present sample confidence value. The confidence values for audio and video decisions are computed using an L-statistics (linear combination of order-statistics) of log-likelihoods against phone models. It is shown through various experiments, on a database of about 15000 sentences from large vocabulary continuous speech, that the proposed approach results in better classification accuracy as compared to other approaches.|
|Appears in Collections:||Proceedings papers|
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