CALLHOME German Speech


Item Name: CALLHOME German Speech
Authors: Alexandra Canavan, David Graff, and George Zipperlen
LDC Catalog No.: LDC97S43
ISBN: 1-58563-117-5
Data Type: speech
Sample Rate: 8000 Hz
Sampling Format: 2-channel ulaw
Data Source(s): telephone conversations
Project(s): Hub5-LVCSR
Application(s): speech recognition
Language(s): German
Language ID(s): DEU
Distribution: 1 DVD
Member fee: $0 for 1997 members
Non-member Fee: US $1500.00
Reduced-License Fee: US $750.00
Extra-Copy Fee: US $200.00
Non-member License: yes
Online documentation: yes
Licensing Instructions: Subscription & Standard Members, and Non-Members
Citation: Alexandra Canavan, David Graff, and George Zipperlen
1997
CALLHOME German Speech
Linguistic Data Consortium, Philadelphia

Introduction

The CALLHOME German corpus of telephone speech consists of 100 unscripted telephone conversations between native speakers of German.

Data

All calls originated in North America and were placed to locations overseas (typically Europe). Most participants called family members or close friends.

This corpus contains speech data files ONLY, along with the minimal amount of documentation needed to describe the contents and format of the speech files and the software packages needed to uncompress the speech data. The transcripts and documentation (LDC97T15) are available separately, as is an associated lexicon (LDC97L18).

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