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P2899.3

Standard for Speech Recognition and Interaction System for Smart Home – Collection Requirements of Corpus and Noise for Laboratory-Level Testing

This standard defines collection (recording) requirements of corpus and noise used for smart home speech recognition and interactive performance evaluation. The standard specifies the terminology of corpus and noise collection, technical indicators of collection equipment, and the requirements for laboratory-level corpus and noise collection methods and file format.

Sponsor Committee
BOG/CAG - Corporate Advisory Group
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2022-03-24

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE SA Board of Governors
Sponsor Committee
BOG/CAG - Corporate Advisory Group
Working Group
SRISSHWG - Speech Recognition and Interaction System for Smart Home Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
Contact
Working Group Chair
Ruixun Kong

P2899.1

Standard for Speech Recognition and Interaction System for Smart Home – Engineering Specifications for a Listening Room

This standard specifies the general technical requirements for a test site with its own background noise playback system used in the performance test of speech recognition and interaction system for smart home.nThis standard specifies the requirements for test sites that simulate the acoustic environment of buildings. The performance and characteristics of speech recognition and interaction for smart home appliances and similar use can be tested in these test sites.nThis standard does not apply to the test sites that simulate the non-building acoustic environment such as in-vehicle environment and open-field environment.

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P2899.2

Standard for Speech Recognition and Interaction System for Smart Home – Safety Requirements for Speech Control

This standard applies to speech control used in household and similar electrical appliances. In addition to terminology, classification, and technical characteristics, the standard specifies functional safety and information security requirements of speech control. Testing methods are also specified.

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