negative decibel

Category : System Analysis

Technology Acceptance Model

Category : Journals on System Analysis

Journal research: Methodology on testing Arabic Speech Recognition System

Category : Journals on System Analysis

Web of Science


Arabic Speech Recognition – journal results: 49 (none on testing methodology)

Arabic Speech Recognition – conference results: 141 (none on testing methodology)

Journal on Speech Recognition System Evaluation

Category : Journals on System Analysis


Language Speech Recognition System Evaluation

Evaluation of Pronunciation by means of AutomaticSpeech Recognition System for Computer Aided Indonesian Language Learning

Automatic evaluation of spoken english fluency

Investigating automatic assessment of reading comprehension in young children – ok

Evaluating speech recognition in the context of a spoken dialogue system: critical error rate


Others similar

A Fuzzy Pronunciation Evaluation Model for English Learning

Evaluation for Liaison of Spoken English: a Sugeno Integration Approach

Probabilistic simulation of human-machine dialogues

THE SRI NIST 2008 speaker recognition evaluationsystem

Model-Based Testing

Category : System Analysis

comparison method


Searched Keywords:

how to evaluate a speech recognition system

Technology Acceptance Model

Category : Journals on System Analysis

Search Keyword: Technology Acceptance Model Questionnaire

Results from page 1:

Empirical Research Based on TAM in Acceptance of Mobile Homecare Systems

Examining the Technology Acceptance Model of the Computer Assistance Orthopedic surgery system

Evaluating the usefulness and the ease of use of a Web-based inspection data collection tool

An Investigation on Students’ Acceptance of Writing Web Logs: A Test of Technology Acceptance Model

Validation of Serious Games Attributes Using theTechnology Acceptance Model


Journals of Effectiveness of Speech Recognition

Category : Journals on System Analysis


effectiveness of online speech recognition for language learning

The effectiveness of computer assisted pronunciation training for foreign language learning by children

A speaker adaptation method for non-native speech using learners’ native utterances for computer-assisted language learning systems

A Study of web-based oral activities enhanced by Automatic Speech Recognition for EFL collegelearning


speech technology for language learning

arabic speech technology

Questions / Survey

Category : System Analysis

Analysis need to be done:

1. Survey before testing the system

2. System evaluation: Data collections and results

3. Survey after using the system

4. Observation on user behavior


Initial survey on JQAF teachers:

Why they choose to teach Arabic?

Why they learn Arabic?

Their level? 1st, year?2nd year?

Number of years teaching?

Other related experience?


Data to be collected during the test:


Questions after taking the test:


their recent grade

their general experience with learning arabic online

if online, is it text reading, audio or video?

ask them for the website links if possible


strongly agree,agree, neutral, disagree and strongly disagree

1 through 5 to each one of their responseswith 1 representing strongly disagree and 5 representingstrongly agree.

level of comfort interacting in Japanese

expressed more con®dence thatthey understand the computer

level of con®dence that the computer understoodthem

statement that they are better speakers of Japaneseas a result of using the system

All the students wantedto use the program again, but the university studentswere somewhat less enthusiastic than thehigh schoolers

Observations on user behavior: What to observe

had sometrouble putting on and getting used to the headmountedmicrophones. However, once the studentsgot adjusted to the microphone they seemedto have less trouble putting it on a second time.

substantial dicultywith the push-and-hold-to-speak button

we didnot have direct volume adjustment in the program,many of the initial errors in the system were due topoor sound quality with the amplitude being eithertoo low or too high.

reject scheme is not working as well as wehoped, as a lot of false starts and babble werebeing accepted as valid utterances

tested the systemÕslimitations as they often tended to string multiplesentences together.

One of the female studentsgoing through the “Movie Friday” interaction wassupposed to ask the animated Japanese male studentout to a movie, but blushed deeply and wasunable to continue the session.

Testing Out Research

Category : System Analysis