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  1. Resource Description
    "The clearspeechjph corpus contains microphone speech from a single speaker (JPH), who spoke 140 sentences (70 sentences each from Material A and Material B) in both "clear" and "conversational" speaking styles. Material A: This sentence material was comprised of 70 IEEE Harvard Psychoacoustic Sentences (Rothauser et al., 1969), which are syntactically and semantically normal sentences, with each sentence containing five keywords (e. g. His shirt was clean but one button was gone). The sentences are phonetically balanced, i. e. they are crafted so that the average frequency of occurrence of each phoneme is representative of the language as a whole. Material B: This material was comprised of 70 syntactically correct, but semantically anomalous sentences (e. g. They slide far across the tiny clock), created by randomizing and exchanging words and grammar structures from Material A. Using identical words and sentence lengths in both materials allowed for direct comparisons between experimental results.
  2. Manufacturer
    Center for Spoken Language Understanding
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    Center for Spoken Language Understanding
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    Open source software license
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