Resource: SmartWeb Motorbike Corpus (SMC)
|Reference||SmartWeb Motorbike Corpus (SMC)|
|Date of Submission||Jan. 24, 2014, 4:31 p.m.|
|Resource Type||Primary Text|
The SMARTWEB UMTS data collection was created within the publicly funded German SmartWeb project in the years 2004-2006. It comprises a collection of user queries to a naturally spoken Web interface with the main focus on the soccer world series in 2006. The recordings include field recordings using a hand-held UMTS device (one person, SmartWeb Handheld Corpus SHC, ref. ELRA-S0278), field recordings with video capture of the primary speaker and a secondary speaker (SmartWeb Video Corpus SVC, ref. ELRA-S0279), as well as mobile recordings performed on a BMW motorbike (one speaker, SmartWeb Motorbike Corpus SMC, ref. ELRA-S0280).
This corpus corresponds to mobile recordings performed on a BMW motorbike (SmartWeb Motorbike Corpus SMC) and contains recordings spoken by 36 speakers in a human-machine query situation on a running motor cycle (BMW). Bikers were asked to solve several tasks with a spoken query system to the WWW using an integrated system connected to a speech server via an UMTS connection. Recorded channels are the Bluetooth helmet microphone over UMTS (telephone quality), and - partly - the Bluetooth helmet microphone and an additional neck microphone in high quality.
The corpus contains:
See also ELRA-S0278 and ELRA-S0280.