An Empirical Performance Analysis of the Speak Correct Computerized Interface


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The way in which people speak reveals a lot about where they are from, where they were raised, and also where they have recently lived. When communicating in a foreign language or second language, accents from one's first language are likely to emerge, giving an individual a 'strange' accent. This is a great and challenging problem. Not particularly, because it is a part of one's personality that they do not have to give up. It is only challenging when pronunciation causes a disruption in communication between an individual and the individuals with whom they are speaking. Making oneself understandable is the goal of perfecting English pronunciations. Many people require their pronunciation to be perfect, such as those individuals working in the healthcare industry, where it is rather critical that each term be read precisely. Speak Correct offers each of its users a service that assists them with any English pronunciation concerns that may arise. Some of the pronunciation improvements will only apply to a specific customer's dictionary; however, in some cases, the modifications can be applied to the standard dictionary as well, benefiting our whole customer base. Speak Correct is a computerized linguist interface that can assist its users in many different places around the world with their English pronunciation issues due to Saudi or Egyptian accents. In this study, the authors carry out an empirical investigation of the Speak Correct computerized interface to assess its performance. The results of this research reveal that Speak Correct is highly effective at delivering pronunciation correction.
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empirical assessment, automatic speech recognition, computerized interface, pronunciation correction, speech processing
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