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Speech Engine configuration file explained

     Posted on: 2021-02-19

In this article we explain details of the Speech Engine configuration file, 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 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…

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…

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 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…

How to configure Speech Engine workers

     Posted on: 2020-03-28

Worker is a working thread performing the actual files- or realtime streams processing in Speech Engine. This article helps to understand the Speech Engine workers and provides information how to configure workers for optimal performance and server utilization. The default workers configuration in settings/ is as shown below – 8 workers for files processing and 8 workers for realtime streams processing. These numbers mean the maximum number of simultaneously running tasks. # Multithread settings server.n_workers = 8 server.n_realtime_workers = 8 Requests for additional file processing tasks are put in a queue and processed according their order and priorities. Requests for…

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…