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    Posted: 27/Nov/2009 at 2:39pm
How can I add my own training files into MS SAPI using WSRToolkit.

Can I add it programmatically. Actually I working on application in which I have add my custom training files.
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Originally posted by Umaid

How can I add my own training files into MS SAPI using WSRToolkit. Can I add it programmatically. Actually I working on application in which I have add my custom training files.

The WSRToolkit works exclusively (as far as we know) with WSR (Windows Speech Recognition) built into Windows Vista and Windows 7 and not with the MSSAPI developer tools. There are 3 features that help improve accuracy:

  1. Add Text From File
    This feature will allow you to improve the accuracy of your "Language Model".  It's not the same as adding words to your personal dictionary but works by taking the text that you pass it, parses it into words, and then records the relative frequencies of occurrence of each word with respect to the words around it.  If you use documents that represent your style of speaking, this feature will improve dictation accuracy.
  2. Train From Text
    The purpose of “Train From Text” is to improve the acoustic model of your user profile.
  3. Add To Dictionary
    The purpose of “Add To Dictionary” is to help the speech recognition engine with difficult to understand words and phrases.
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