Developing a Personal Digital Transcriber

CPI Corp. Computer Science, 2003-04

Liaison(s): Richard Leeds
Advisor(s): Elizabeth Sweedyk
Students(s): Mathew Livianu (PM), Melissa Federowicz, Matthew Ferlo, Colleen Hamilton (SCR)

Computer Product Introductions (CPI) is interested in the development of a portable real-time speaker independent speech-tophoneme system which transcribes, compresses, stores, and plays back sound files. Charged with a subset of these goals, the CPI Clinic team has been asked to research speech-to-text software and phoneme readability, and to modify a batch speech-to-phoneme software in order to produce readable annotated phoneme output.