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SPE3 – Releases and Changelogs

     Posted on: 2021-04-16

Speech Engine (SPE) is developed as RESTfull API on top of Phonexia BSAPI. SPE was formerly known as BSAPI-rest (up to v2.x) or as Phonexia Server (up to v3.2.x). Releases Changelogs Speech Engine 3.40.1, DB v1700, BSAPI 3.40.1 (2021-04-16) Public release Fixed: 6th generation STT/KWS stream result may start with words from end of previous stream Fixed: Some licensing error messages are not shown in log Fixed: Missing file names in log messages in SID and SID4 tasks Fixed: Keyword list may not work if XML is used as input and optional fields threshold or pronunciations are used Fixed: phxdamin2…

Phonexia Voice Inspector v3

     Posted on: 2021-04-09

About Phonexia Voice Inspector v3 (VIN3) provides police forces and forensic experts with a highly accurate speaker identification tool during investigation of criminal matters. It uses the power of voice biometry to automatically recognize speakers by their voice. Main features of the VIN3 application: Automatic speaker identification tool to strengthen results of the standard linguistics- and phonetics-based approach Scoring in Likelihood Ratio (LR) – result from a statistical test for a comparison of two hypotheses. The system returns a number from the interval <0, +∞>, which expresses how many times more likely the data are under one hypothesis than the…

Browser3 – Releases and Changelogs

     Posted on: 2021-04-06

Phonexia Browser v3 (Browser3) is developed as client on top of Phonexia Speech Engine v3. Phonexia Browser is a successor of Phonexia Speech Intelligence Resolver v1 (SIR1). This page lists changes in Browser releases. Releases Changelogs Phonexia Browser 3.40.0, BSAPI 3.40.0 (2021-03-26) Public release New: Compatibility with SPE 3.40 Changed: Using new licensing system under the hood (internal change) NOTE: When using Browser with FLS (Floating License Server), you need to upgrade FLS to version 2.x in order to be able to use Browser 3.40+ with FLS. Phonexia Browser v3.30.13, BSAPI 3.30.14 (2021-03-25) Public release Fixed: One more issue in…

LID adaptation

     Posted on: 2021-03-02

This article describes various ways of Language Identification adaptation. Basic terminology Languageprint (*.lp file) – numeric representation of the audio, extracted from audio file for language identification purpose of (similar to “voiceprint”, but representing the spoken language, not the speaking person) Languageprint archive (*.lpa file) – multiple languageprints combined into single archive Creation of languageprint archives is not supported by SPE, these are supported as input only.   Language model – digital characteristics of a specific language Language model can be trained from languageprints (*.lp), language prints archives (*.lpa), or from combination of both. LID language model should not be…

Language Identification (LID)

     Posted on: 2021-02-25

Phonexia Language Identification (LID) will help you distinguish the spoken language or dialect. It will enable your system to automatically route valuable calls to your experts in the given language or to send them to other software for analysis. Application areas Preselecting multilingual sources and routing audio streams/files to language dependent technologies (transcribing, indexing, etc.) Analyzing network traffic media (language statistics) Routing particular calls (languages) to human operators (language experts) Recognized languages Languages pre-trained in default language pack are listed in the table below, each LID generation is separate column (in the 4th generation we switched to using language tags…

Speech Engine configuration file explained

     Posted on: 2021-02-19

In this article we explain details of the Speech Engine configuration file phxspe.properties, located in settings subdirectory in SPE installation location. Settings in this configuration file affect the Speech Engine behavior and performance. The configuration file is usually created after SPE installation – on first use of phxadmin, a default configuration filephxspe.properties is created in the settings directory. The file is loaded during SPE startup, i.e. you need to restart SPE to apply any changes made in the file. If Speech Engine is used together with Phonexia Browser in so-called "embedded" mode (see details about "embedded SPE" mode in Browser…

Arabic dialects in Phonexia LID and STT

     Posted on: 2021-01-18

Arabic language has (a) one standardised variety, and (b) many non-standard varieties (dialects). In this article, our linguistic team explains differences between Modern Standard Arabic and Arabic dialects in the context of Phonexia Arabic models. Standard variety:  Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) All Arabs learn it at school (not from their parents, so we cannot say it is their native variety) It is lingua franca (common language) for the Arabic world – like English for Europeans; however, Arabs speak it much better since they are schooled in MSA from early age MSA is more similar to some dialects (e.g. Levantine), but…

What are STT preferred phrases and how to use them

     Posted on: 2020-11-26

Speech Engine version 3.32 and later includes new STT feature called Preferred phrases. This article explains what is the feature good for, how does it work internally and gives some tips for practical implementation. What are preferred phrases In the speech transcription tasks, there may be situations where similar sounding words get confused, e.g. "WiFi" vs. "HiFi", "route" vs. "root", "cell" vs. "sell", etc. Normally, the language model part of the Speech To Text does its job here and in the context of longer phrase or entire sentence prefers the correct word:  ×    I'm going to cell my car. Hmmm, such…

Speech Engine 3.35.3

     Posted on: 2020-11-24

Speech Engine 3.35.3, DB v1601, BSAPI 3.35.3 (2020-11-24) New Internal support for SAMPA phonetic alphabet Updated STT model RU_RU_A to version 4.5.0 of (updated language model) Updated STT/KWS/PHNREC model AR_XL to version 5.2.0 (updated language model, changed phonemes notation to X-SAMPA) Fixed Cannot create new output stream due to hanging unfinished tasks Task is not removed from pool when result is delivered via Webhook Some log messages contain format placeholder instead of numbers Missing <silence/> label in STT confusion network output STT confusion network contains <silence/> tags with confidence greater than 1.0 Diarization crashes during processing Diarization XL4 crashes on…

Speech Engine and technologies, instances, workers… explained

     Posted on: 2020-11-19

Configuring Speech Engine to utilize effectively the full power of underlying hardware can get challenging – one can easily get lost in all the strange terms like technologies, instances, slots, or workers... This article should shed some light in it. Speech Engine is like post office Thinking about Speech Engine, there is actually a very nice analogy with post office (or bank branch): Post office is a place providing different kinds of services – one can go there to send letters, send or pick up packages, get a POBox, get some financial services, insurance, etc.).   Speech Engine has various…

Phonexia Speech Engine

     Posted on: 2020-11-19

About Phonexia Speech Engine v3 (SPE3) is a main executive part of the Phonexia Speech Platform. It is a server application with REST API interface through which you can access all available speech technologies. Both, Linux 64bit and Windows 64bit operating systems are supported. Phonexia Speech Engine (SPE3) is adjustable server component which houses all speech technologies. SPE3 provides RESTfull application programming interface to access various technologies. Aside from technologies themselves the SPE has implemented other various functionality supporting work with speech technologies, recordings and streams, and others. Features Main purpose of SPE is to work as processing unit for…

Speech Engine 3.35.0

     Posted on: 2020-10-01

Speech Engine 3.35.0, DB v1600, BSAPI 3.35.0 (2020-10-01) New LID model L4 was promoted to production (LID BETA_L4 renamed to LID L4) Added new language tag documentation (doc/Technology_LID_L4_Language_tags.pdf) Updated STT model CS_CZ_5 to version 5.2.1 (fixes faulty transcription of numbers into Roman format) Added configurable STT Confusion Network threshold (in technology configuration file) Fixed STT didn't work with 4th and older generation models after introduction of the Preferred phrases feature in SPE 3.32 Update from SPE 3.30 causes errors in STT result cache memory leak in logging system Typo in name of es-XA language in LID model L4 default language…

Phonexia Partner Program for Government Partners

     Posted on: 2020-08-25

Phonexia Partner Program for Government Partners This partnership program rewards partners in the government sector for selling and integrating the Phonexia’s speech recognition and voice biometrics product portfolio. Program Enrollment If you aspire to becoming a Phonexia partner, you can enroll into the Phonexia Partner Program and complete a three-month onboarding period. During this period, you will enjoy the same partnership benefits as our Silver partners. Your assigned Phonexia Account Manager will take you through all necessary legal documents, highlight every business aspect of our cooperation, and organize two calls with a pre-sales person to ensure that you understand the…

How to convert STT confusion network results to one-best

     Posted on: 2020-04-06

Confusion Network output is the most detailed Speech Engine STT output as it provides multiple word alternatives for individual timeslots of processed speech signal. Therefore many applications want use it as the main source of speech transcription and perform eventual conversion to less verbose output formats internally. This article provides the recommended way to do the conversion. Time slots and word alternatives: The recommended algorithm for converting Confusion Network (CN) to One-best is as follows: loop through all CN timeslots from start to end in each timeslot, get the input alternative with highest score and if it's not <null/> or…

What is a user configuration file and how to use it

     Posted on: 2020-03-28

Advanced users with appropriate knowledge (gained e.g. by taking the Phonexia Academy Advanced Training) may want to finetune behavior of the technologies to adapt to the nature of their audio data. Modifying original BSAPI configuration files directly can be dangerous – inappropriate changes may cause unpredicatble behavior and without having a backup of the unmodified file it's difficult to restore working state. User configuration files provide a way to override processing parameters without modifying original BSAPI configuration files. WARNING: Inappropriate configuration changes may cause serious issues! Make sure you really know what you are doing. User configuration file is a…

How to configure STT realtime stream word detection parameters

     Posted on: 2020-03-28

One of the improvements implemented since Speech Engine 3.24 is neural-network based VAD, used for word- and segment detection. This article describes the segmenter configuration parameters and how they are affecting the realtime stream STT results. The default segmenter parametrs are as shown below: [vad.online_segmenter:SOnlineVoiceActivitySegmenterI] backward_extensions_length_ms=150 forward_extensions_length_ms=750 speech_threshold=0.5 Backward- and forward extension are intervals in miliseconds, which extend the part of the signal going to the decoder. Decoder is a component, which determines what a particular part of the signal contains (speech, silence, etc.). Based on that, decoder also decides whether segment has finished or not. Unlike in file processing…

Performance of the Speaker Identification 4th generation (SID4): Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8124M

     Posted on: 2019-10-30

Benchmark goals Find realistic performance using total recording length Find FTRT based exactly on net_speech (engineering sizing data) Find system performance using all physical cores Find system performance using all logical cores Infrastructure setup Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8124M is used in virtual machine with 8 physical cores reserved exclusively for this VM, Hyper Threading is enabled [16 logical cores available], 32GB RAM, 30GB SSD based storage, 1000 I/O.s-1  reserved per core Benchmark data setup Data set statistic: Number of files: 32 [300 seconds each] RAW recordings length ∑: 9600 [sec] Net speech length ∑: 4224.77 [sec] In the data set…

Measuring of a software processing speed – what is the FtRT (Faster than Real Time)

     Posted on: 2019-10-30

Faster Than Real Time (FTRT) is metrics developed for defining software performance reference point. Using this metric you can collect "benchmark" data of real processing speed for reviewed software, which should be found - and reproduced - on exactly defined HW. Then, comparing various benchmarks result, you can compare performance of the specified software and its parts on different HW configurations. And vice versa - using the same metric you can compare software from different vendors on the same HW configuration and for the same processing task. We are recognizing two measurable metrics: Recording based FTRT is calculated from real…

TUTORIAL: Speaker Identification – How to Do a Basic Test

     Posted on: 2019-10-08

Phonexia Speaker Identification is a voice biometry tool for recognition of speakers by their voice. In this video, we will show you how to start using this technology! You will learn how to create a "Speaker Model" to identify a speaker in a set of data. Ready to test it? Start with our video: What else is needed? 1. Phonexia Evaluation Package Evaluation package (download page) is consisting of Phonexia Browser and Phonexia Speech Engine including all necessary technologies. 2. Data We prepared the dataset for your testing. Package contains data for speaker model creation and speaker spotting too. The…

Workflow – Releases and Changelogs

     Posted on: 2019-10-07

Phonexia Workflow is a set of tools complementing Phonexia Speech Engine (SPE), which allow users to chain speech technologies into scenarios and process audio recordings automatically using these scenarios. This page lists changes in Workflow releases. Changelogs == Phonexia Workflow v1 == Phonexia Workflow 1.4.1 (10/07/2019) - SPE 3.16 - 3.17 Support for IPv4 only (since SPE does not support IPv6) Configurable application webhook address in both Workflow Runner and Data Discovery Tool This address is auto-detected when no value is supplied - default In some cases like network specific configuration it might be necessary to configure it manually Rapid…

Phonexia Workflow

     Posted on: 2019-08-06

Phonexia Workflow is a set of tools complementing Phonexia Speech Engine (SPE), which allow users to chain speech technologies into scenarios and process audio recordings automatically using these scenarios. Scenarios are programmed using uniform API which provides an abstraction over Phonexia Speech Engine application. Provided Phonexia Workflow scenarios: SalEssentials - Speech Analytics Essentials filters out low quality audio files, provides demographic information, age estimation and speech to text processing VbsEssentials - Voice Biometrics Essentials filters out low quality audio files, provides gender identification, age estimation and speaker identification  The scenario is a tiny Java application which interacts with Phonexia technologies…

Voice Inspector – supporting technologies

     Posted on: 2019-06-28

Automatic Speaker Identification (SID) is the most important but not the only Phonexia technology that is implemented in Voice Inspector (VIN). Apart from SID, forensic experts, users of VIN, can benefit from automatic Signal-to-Noise Ratio calculation, Voice Activity detection, Phoneme search, and a Wave editor which incorporates the waveform, spectrum and power panel. Let's have a look on how to utilize individual technologies. Signal-to-Noise Ratio Recording quality can strongly influence the reliability of SID results and so the outcome of a forensic case. Therefore, VIN uses a module of Phonexia Speech Quality Estimation (SQE) to calculate the Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)…

Voice Inspector – Interpretation of results

     Posted on: 2019-06-24

Introduction Phonexia Voice Inspector (VIN) is a tool for forensic automatic speaker identification, compliant with the Methodological Guidelines for Best Practice in Forensic Semiautomatic and Automatic Speaker Recognition, published by the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes.  This post explains individual SID score types and ways to visualize the results in a speaker identification case implemented in Voice Inspector. Evidence In VIN, the term evidence has two meanings. In general, it refers to any SID score that the system calculates for any pair of recordings in the case. These scores are the output of the Phonexia SID technology which runs…

Speaker Identification (SID)

     Posted on: 2019-06-13

Phonexia Speaker Identification uses the power of voice biometry to recognize speakers by their voice... i.e. to decide whether the voice in two recordings belongs to the same person or two different people. High accuracy of Speaker Identification, the Phonexia's flagship technology, has been validated in a NIST Speaker Recognition Evaluations. Basic use cases and application areas The technology can be used for various speaker recognition tasks. One basic distinction is based on the kind of question we want to answer. Speaker Identification is the case when we are asking "Whose voice is this?", such as in fake emergency calls.…

Keyword Spotting results explained

     Posted on: 2019-06-12

This article aims on giving more details about Keyword Spotting outputs and hints on how to tailor Keyword Spotting to suit best your needs. Scoring Keyword Spotting works by calculating likelihoods that at a given spot occurs a keyword or just any other speech, and comparing those two likelihoods. The following scheme shows Background model for anything before the keyword (1), the Keyword model (2) and a Background model of any speech parallel with the keyword model (3). Models 2 and 3 produce two likelihoods – Lkw and Lbg (any speech = background). Raw score is calculated as log likelihood…

Keyword Spotting

     Posted on: 2019-06-03

Phonexia Keyword Spotting (KWS) identifies occurrences of keywords and/or keyphrases in audio recordings. It can help you to get valuable information from huge quantities of speech recordings. You only need to specify the keywords or phrases you wish to find. This technology identifies all recordings with keyword occurrences and allows you to automatically route important recordings or calls to your experts. Typical use cases Call centers increase operator and supervisor efficiency by searching calls identify inappropriate expressions from operators check marketing campaigns with automatic script-compliance control Mass media and web search servers index and search multimedia by keyword route multimedia…

Speaker Identification: Results Enhancement

     Posted on: 2019-05-29

Speaker Identification (SID) Results Enhancement is a process that adjusts the score threshold for detecting/rejecting speakers by removing the effect of speech length and audio quality. This is achieved by use of Audio Source Profiles, that represent as closely as possible the source of the speech recording (device, acoustic channel, distance from microphone, language, gender, etc.). Although the out-of-the-box system is robust in such factors, several result enhancement procedures can provide even better results and stronger evidence. Audio Source Profile An Audio Source Profile is a representation of the speech source, e.g., device, acoustic channel, distance from microphone, language, gender,…

Speech To Text results explained

     Posted on: 2019-05-27

This article aims on giving more details about Speech To Text outputs and hints on how to tailor Speech To Text to suit best your needs. In the process of transcribing speech, the Speech To Text technology usually identifies multiple alternatives for individual speech segments, as multiple phrases can have similar pronunciations, possibly with different word boundaries, e.g. “eight tea machines” vs. “eighty machines”. The technology provides various output types which show only single or multiple transcription alternatives. For processing realtime streams, two result modes are supported – one mode provides complete transcription, second mode provides incremental results. Output types…

Speech To Text

     Posted on: 2019-05-27

Phonexia Speech To Text – also known as a voice-to-text or speech recognition – converts speech signals into plain text. After the conversion, text can be easily read, edited, searched, processed by text-based data mining tools or archived. Phonexia Speech To Text is optimized for noisy recordings and colloquial speech, can process audio files as well as audio streams and can provide results in several output formats. Typical use cases look for specific information in large call archives (e.g., claims inspection) get additional value by advanced analysis of call traffic (e.g., topic detection) maintain short reaction times by routing calls…

STT Language Model Customization tutorial

     Posted on: 2019-04-24

Language Model Customization tool (LMC) provides a way to improve the Speech To Text performance by creating customized language model. Language model is an important part of Phonexia Speech To Text. In a simplified way it can be imagined as a large dictionary with multiple statistics. The Speech To Text technology uses this dictionary and statistical model to convert audio signals into the proper text equivalents. Due to general diversity of spoken speech, the default generic language model may not acknowledge the importance of certain words over other words in certain situations. Language model customization is a way to inform…

Phonexia End User License Agreement

     Posted on: 2019-02-27

Please read the terms and conditions of this End User License Agreement (the “Agreement”) carefully before you use the Phonexia proprietary software providing speech solutions, technologies and accompanying services (the “Software”) delivered and marketed by Phonexia s.r.o.

Phonexia technologies introduction

     Posted on: 2019-01-25

Core objective: Basic understanding of Phonexia speech technologies and products; typical use cases, implementations and deployment topologies Duration: 35 minutes intended for idea makers and product designers assumes generic knowledge of Phonexia and speech technologies in general Content 00:00 Introduction What information can we get from speech? Overview of basic use cases Phonexia Speech Platform brief 4:21 Phonexia technologies overview and their usages Filtering and supporting technologies 04:32 Speech Quality Estimation (SQE) 05:27 Voice Activity Detection (VAD) 06:37 Diarization (DIAR) 07:41 Age Estimation (AGE) 08:14 Waveform Denoiser Voice Biometrics technologies 08:56 Speaker Identification (SID) 10:18 Language Identification (LID) 11:10 Gender…

Error 1013: Unsupported: Server does not support authentication with token

     Posted on: 2018-12-10

Please check SPE subdirectory ./settings for configuration files. If only phxspe.browser.properties exists, then your Browser uses SPE as embedded component and set inside the file this directive: server.enable_authentication_token = false In that case you can still use SPE with Basic HTTP authentication, as described in documentation, section "Basic authentication" If you would like to play with "pure" daemon installation, then phxspe.properties file should exist in ./settings subdirectory. File phxspe.properties is created by phxadmin utility or can be created from ./data/phxspe.properties.default template file. Copy template file to ./settings directory Rename it to phxspe.properties Check for server.enable_authentication_token directive and setup it as…

Phonexia Voice Inspector EoL

     Posted on: 2018-07-19

Information about release dates, support and maintenance periods of Phonexia Voice Inspector.

SPE3 – Quick Start Guide

     Posted on: 2018-04-16

Do you want to run the SPE3 for the first time? This post can help you. Distribution, installation and configuration SPE is distributed by Phonexia in .zip archives. These are downloaded from Phonexia package manager using link provided by Phonexia employee. Installation is done by simple unzipping the content of the downloaded .zip archive to SPE installation folder. Configuration of SPE is done at two places. First is executable file ./phxadmin or .\phxadmin.exe serving to set file to configuration and license files configure speech technologies configure user accounts set up of few various setting Running the ./phxadmin or .\phxadmin.exe command…

Designing and Developing Application

     Posted on: 2018-04-15

Before designing and developing the application, we encourage Partner to find clear answer for the following questions: Customer requirements: Do my customers need file processing (audio) or stream processing in real time? What is the human power of the customer that can analyze the results? How many minutes per day or streams in parallel do my customer need to process? What are real benefits for customer (finding the needle in haystack, approaching new information, processing only few data with highest possible accuracy)? How the solution match the current processes and infrastructure of the customer? How many false alarms are acceptable…

Packages, Updates vs. Upgrades

     Posted on: 2018-04-15

Our packages follow the bug-fix /updates / upgrades approach. Some packages are distributed with limited set of speech technologies or without speech technologies. Packages Our software is distributed as ZIP file. Installation procedure is matter of unzipping archive, reconfiguration and start of software. SPE and VIN package contains speech technologies (note: SPE might contain only selected technologies).  PhxBrowser does not contain speech technologies and it needs to be combined with SPE. The software is activated by licensing file. Updates vs. Upgrades Bugfix By bugfix we understand a fix of known problem without changing components or technology models. Bugfix changes only…

Time Analysis

     Posted on: 2018-04-15

Time Analysis Extraction (TAE) by Phonexia extracts base information from dialogue in a recording, providing essential knowledge about conversation flow. That makes it easy to identify long reaction time, crosstalk, or responses of speakers in both channels. This technology is only meaningful when used on recordings with 2 channels. As an answer to the TAE technology, SPE returns a json/xml file. This file includes general information about the technology and details of the time analysis. The technology can work either with a closed recording or with a stream. Monologue Describes the statistics of a recording related to one channel. channel…

Age Estimation

     Posted on: 2018-04-12

Phonexia Age Estimation (AGE) estimates the age of a speaker from audio recording. The process of voiceprint extraction is similar to the extraction of SID, but as a result different features get extracted; therefore, the voiceprints extracted from AGE and SID are not mutually compatible. Technology Trained with emphasis on spontaneous telephony conversation The technology is language-, accent-, text-, and channel- independent Compatibility with the widest range of audio sources possible (applies channel compensation techniques): GSM/CDMA, 3G, VoIP, landlines, etc. Input Input format for processing: WAV or RAW (8 or 16 bits linear coding), A-law or Mu-law, PCM, 8kHz+ sampling…

VIN – Releases and Changelogs

     Posted on: 2018-04-08

Phonexia Voice Inspector (VIN) is developed as a desktop application for forensic speaker comparison. This page lists changes in VIN releases. Releases Changelogs Voice Inspector v4.0.0, BSAPI 3.23.0 - Dec 11 2019 - VIN is available with L4 technology model - Other technology models (S2, L2, L3, XL3) are no longer supported - Added Diarization Technology (available in waveform editor) - Population Sets structure changed - Reworked dialog for population set management - Added possibility to set type of estimation of the Target distribution - Using population set to estimate Target distribution allows 1:1 comparison - Bug fixes Voice Inspector…

Speech Analytics

     Posted on: 2018-04-06

Overview Phonexia Speech Analytics allows you to understand the  content of audio without having to listen to it. The results help both commercial entities and security/defense forces for immediate precise decision and response. The technologies reveal automatically WHAT content, TOPIC and KEY PHRASES are spoken, and many other metadata.   Speech Analytics - Typical Use-Cases Speech transcription is used in various applications. Knowledge of content of whole call is bringing business value to the customer, comparing to listening to the audio files by analytic or supervisor. Reading the text is also faster than listening to the audio. Speech Analytics output…

Software Vetting

     Posted on: 2018-04-06

The purpose of this document is to help client to satisfy their high security standards during integration of Phonexia software to their critical infrastructure. The vetting ensures that Phonexia software is not dangerous to the client’s infrastructure in any way. It means there are no backdoors, viruses, worms, Trojan horses, spyware, adware, critical bugs, unwanted functionality, no information is sent outside the client’s infrastructure. Vetting context Speech technology is a very dynamic area with a very fast development. For example the speaker identification error rate decreases to half between each two evaluations organized by National Institute of Standards and Technology,…

Open Source Acknowledgement

     Posted on: 2018-04-06

This page collect information about Open Source code and licenses. You might be interested to ask your Phonexia contact what part of the page is relevant to your project. Phonexia Voice Verify dependencies Name  Version  License  Django  2.1.11  BSD Jinja2  2.11.2  BSD-3-Clause  MarkupSafe  1.1.1  BSD-3-Clause  Pygments  2.6.1  BSD License beautifulsoup4  4.9.1  MIT  behave  1.2.6  BSD behave-django  1.4.0  MIT  certifi  2020.6.20  MPL-2.0  chardet  3.0.4  LGPL  coreapi  2.3.3  BSD coreschema  0.0.4  BSD  defusedxml  0.6.0  PSFL  django-allauth  0.39.1  MIT  django-constance  2.7.0  BSD  django-cors-headers  3.4.0  MIT License  django-environ  0.4.5  MIT  django-extra-fields  2.0.5  Apache-2.0  django-picklefield  3.0.1  MIT  django-rest-auth  0.9.3  MIT  djangorestframework  3.9.1  BSD  docker  4.2.2 …

Voice Activity Detection – Essential

     Posted on: 2018-04-04

Phonexia Voice Activity Detection (VAD) identifies parts of audio recordings with speech content vs. nonspeech content. Technology Trained with emphasis on spontaneous telephony conversation The technology is language-, accent-, text-, and channel- independent Compatibility with the widest range of audio sources possible (applies channel compensation techniques): GSM/CDMA, 3G, VoIP, landlines, etc. Input Input format for processing: WAV or RAW (8 or 16 bits linear coding), A-law or Mu-law, PCM, 8kHz+ sampling Output Log file with processed information (speech vs. nonspeech segments) Segmentation The section Segmentation describes the results of VAD, which are segments of detected voice and silence. Segments are…

Speech Quality Estimator – Essential

     Posted on: 2018-04-04

Phonexia’s Speech Quality Estimator quantifies the acoustic quality of recordings. This helps the user to quickly determine whether the acoustic quality of a recording is good for processing with other speech technologies or not. As an answer for SQE, the SPE returns a json/xml file. This file includes general information about the technology and statistics of all (one or two) channels. The statistics of all channels include the numbers for many aspects of recording quality, and the overall global score. Technology The technology is language-, accent-, text-, and channel- independent Compatibility with the widest range of audio sources possible (applies…

Keyword pronunciation

     Posted on: 2018-04-04

Pronunciation of the keyword(s) is generated automatically (G2P, grapheme to phoneme)  or produced from the lexicon of known words (“lexicon”) or converted from audio (phoneme transcription). It can be edited manually for each word (Phonexia do not limit the number of pronunciations per keywords/phrases).

Product Portfolio

     Posted on: 2018-04-02

Phonexia Speech Platform is an umbrella concept for all Phonexia’s products and services related to speech technologies. It gives us the ability to customize various products to a wide range of customer needs. Platform Edition is an encapsulation of specific setup of speech technologies, modules, applications, utilities and services designed for a specific market segment. We distinguish Speech Analytics (SAL) and Voice Biometrics (VBS) as most common domain of usage. It is also a tool for marketing and sales. Voice Biometrics is focused more on identifying speaker, gender, language spoken and more. Speech Analytics focuses on gathering information about content…