AcListant - Active Listening Assistant

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For human beings it is taken for granted, for a technical system not implemented so far: the possibility to listen to the conversation of other people and derive activities from the understood contents. The project AcListant (Active Listening Assistant, 2013–2015) implemented a prototype for understanding the controller-pilot-communication.

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Marc Schulder
Research Associate in Computational Linguistics

My research interests include natural language processing, sign language and sentiment analysis.

Publications

The project AcListant® (Active Listening Assistant), which uses automatic speech recognition to recognize the commands in air traffic …

The use of prior situational/contextual knowledge about a given task can significantly improve Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) …

Situation awareness of today’s automation relies so far on sensor information, data bases and the information delivered by the …

This paper presents an approach for incorporating situational context information into an on-line Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) …

Air traffic controllers (ATCO) are a core element of the flight guidance process. Decision support systems with accurate output data …