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Schalkwyk Johan, Phillips Michael S: Speech recognition with dynamic grammars. Speechworks International, Schalkwyk Johan, Phillips Michael S, ROHLICEK J Robin, January 16, 2003: WO/2003/005345

The invention includes a method for speech recognition using cross-word contexts on dynamic grammars. The invention also includes a method for constructing a speech recognizer capable of speech recognition using cross-word contexts on dynamic grammars, by expanding a word of the main grammar into a ...


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Schalkwyk Johan, Phillips Michael S: Grammars for speech recognition. Speechworks International, Schalkwyk Johan, Phillips Michael S, ROHLICEK J Robin, January 16, 2003: WO/2003/005347

Pre-computed context-dependent phoneme representations of a number of constituents of a grammar are processed dynamically by a speech recognizer. The approach provides a configurable tradeoff between data size and recognition-time computation. This tradeoff can be obtained without sacrificing recogn ...


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Hess John W, Caskey C Thomas, Liu Qingyun, Phillips Michael S: Rat ob receptors and nucleotides encoding them. Merck & Co, Hess John W, Caskey C Thomas, Liu Qingyun, Phillips Michael S, MERCK 126 East Lincoln Avenue Rahway NJ 07065, August 28, 1997: WO/1997/031015

The rat $i(ob) receptor gene has been isolated and cloned. Two different alleles have been identified: the wild-type, and the $i(fa)-allele which differs from the wild-type by only one base pair. The base pair change, however, introduces an $i(Msp)I restriction site into the DNA sequence, and also r ...


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Caskey C Thomas, Hess John W, Hey Patricia, Phillips Michael S: (ob) Receptor isoforms and nucleic acids encoding them. Merck & Co, Caskey C Thomas, Hess John W, Hey Patricia, Phillips Michael S, MERCK 126 East Lincoln Avenue Rahway NJ 07065, November 13, 1997: WO/1997/042340

The $i(ob) receptor has numerous isoforms resulting from alternative splicing; three novel isoforms, designated c', f, and g are disclosed. The nucleic acids encoding these isoforms are taught. Also part of the invention are vectors containing the nucleic acid encoding the receptors, host cells tran ...


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Fanty Mark, Phillips Michael S: Segmentation approach for speech recognition systems. Speechworks International, Fanty Mark, Phillips Michael S, STEINBERG Donald R, October 4, 2001: WO/2001/073754

Phonetic units are identified in a body of utterance data according to a novel segmentation approach. A body of received utterance data is processed (204) and a set of candidate phonetic unit boundaries is determined (206) that defines a set of candidate phonetic units. The set of phonetic unit boun ...