Phonexia Browser is a powerful GUI tool for the Phonexia Speech Platform. It is designed for processing speech archives over Phonexia SPE.
Word Error Rate – metrics for STT/LVCSR accuracy measurement
Voice Print – output from spoken speech extraction process of SID. Unique mathematical representation of the specific speaker or recording is created in form of the iVector (for SID generation 3) or xVector (Deep Embeddings for SID generation 4).
Voice over Internet Protocol – delivery of voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol
Voice Inspector – Phonexia GUI application for forensic analysis
Voice Analytics Tool – predecessor of Phonexia Browser
Phonexia Voice Activity Detection
Command line version of time analysis extraction (TAE)
Time Analysis Extraction
Phonexia Speech To Text, sometime also as Speech Transcription Technology (LVCSR based ASR technology)
Phonexia Speech Quality Estimator
SNR – signal-to-noise ratio
Phonexia Speech Engine (RESTfull API)
Speech Intelligence Resolver – predecessor of Phonexia Browser
Phonexia Speaker Identification, multiple generations available marked by version like
Software Development Kit
Phonexia Speech Analytics (formerly named SPAS)
REpresentational State Transfer (sometime also RESTful) application programming interface
Proof of the Concept
Phoneme recognizer – currently part of Keyword Spotting (Phonexia Keyword Spotting – acoustics based ASR, several tec…) technology in Phonexia Speech Engine (REST Application Program Interface)
Phoneme – The smallest phonetic unit in a language that is capable of conveying a distinction in meaning, as the m of mat and the b of bat in English.
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National Institute of Standards and Technology
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The mode is the value that appears most often in a set of data.
Meeting Asistant – Phonexia research project
Median – Value separating higher half of data sample from lower half.
Mean Absolute Error – In statistics, the mean absolute error (MAE) is a quantity used to measure how close forecasts or predictions are to the eventual outcomes.