SUMMIT is a speech recognition system developed by the SLS group.
This speech recognizer uses a landmark-based approach for modeling
acoustic-phonetic events and utilizes finite-state transducer (FST)
technology to efficiently represent all aspects of the speech
hierarchy including the phonological rules, the lexicon, and the
probabilistic language model.
J. Glass, "
A Probabilistic Framework for Segment-Based Speech Recognition,"
Computer Speech and Language 17 (2003), pp. 137-152.
Hans J.G.A. Dolfing and I. Lee Hetherington,
"Incremental Language Models for Speech Recognition
using Finite-State Transducers," Proc. IEEE Automatic
Speech Recognition and Understanding Workshop,
Madonna di Campiglio, Italy, December 2001.
"An Efficient Implementation of Phonological Rules using Finite-State Transducers,"
Proc. Eurospeech 2001, Aalborg, Denmark, September 2001.
T. J. Hazen, I. Lee Hetherington and A. Park, "FST-Based Recognition
Techniques for Multi-Lingual and Multi-Domain Spontaneous Speech," Proc.
Eurospeech 2001, Aalborg, Denmark, September 2001. (PDF)
N. Ström, L. Hetherington, T.J. Hazen, E. Sandness and J. Glass,
"Acoustic Modeling Improvements in a Segment-Based Speech Recognizer,"
Proc. 1999 IEEE ASRU Workshop, Keystone, CO, December 1999.
J. Glass, T.J. Hazen and L. Hetherington,
"Real-time telephone-based speech recognition in the JUPITER domain,"
Proc. ICASSP 99, Phoenix, AZ, March 1999.