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Title: Comparing different machine learning approaches for disfluency structure detection in a corpus of university lectures
Authors: Medeiros, Henrique
Moniz, Helena
Batista, Fernando
Trancoso, Isabel
Nunes, Luís
Keywords: Machine learning
speech processing
prosodic features
automatic detection of disfluencies
Issue Date: 30-Jul-2013
Abstract: machine learning methods on the identification of disfluencies and their distinct structural regions over speech data. Several machine learning methods have been applied, namely Naive Bayes, Logistic Regression, Classification and Regression Trees (CARTs), J48 and Multilayer Perceptron. Our experiments show that CARTs outperform the other methods on the identification of the distinct structural disfluent regions. Reported experiments are based on audio segmentation and prosodic features, calculated from a corpus of university lectures in European Portuguese, containing about 32h of speech and about 7.7% of disfluencies. The set of features automatically extracted from the forced alignment corpus proved to be discriminant of the regions contained in the production of a disfluency. This work shows that using fully automatic prosodic features, disfluency structural regions can be reliably identified using CARTs, where the best results achieved correspond to 81.5% precision, 27.6% recall, and 41.2% F-measure. The best results concern the detection of the interregnum, followed by the detection of the interruption point.
Peer reviewed: Sim
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10071/5355
Appears in Collections:CTI-CRI - Comunicações a conferências internacionais

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