Paper: The MIT Spoken Lecture Processing Project

ACL ID H05-2015
Title The MIT Spoken Lecture Processing Project
Venue Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing
Session System Demonstration
Year 2005
Authors

, pages 28–29, Vancouver, October 2005. THE MIT SPOKEN LECTURE PROCESSING PROJECT James R. Glass, Timothy J. Hazen, D. Scott Cyphers, Ken Schutte and Alex Park The MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02476, USA {hazen,jrg,cyphers}@csail.mit.edu Abstract We will demonstrate the MIT Spoken Lecture Processing Server and an accompanying lecture browser that students can use to quickly locate and browse lecture segments that apply to their query. We will show how lecturers can upload recorded lectures and companion text material to our server for automatic processing. The server automatically generates a time-aligned word transcript of the lec- ture which can be downloaded for use within a browser. We will also demonstrate a ...