Suyanto, Jeffry Adityatama

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Nov 17, 2013 (3 years and 11 months ago)

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Suyanto, Jeffry Adityatama

The
faculty
of Informatics
,
IT Telkom

suy@ittelkom.ac.id, jeffry.adityatama@yahoo.co.id

SMS While Driving

oto.detik.com

forumkami.net

Law: UU
no 22
/ 2009

Wireless in 2011


Indonesian Wireless Telecommunication Association


Wireless subcribers

=
240
millions


Broadband
subcribers
=
70
millions (29% population)


Data = 27,000

TB
(but it’s too expensive)


SMS
=
260
billions


because of the low price

http://www.teknojurnal.com

IndoVMS


Fully
SMS
dictation


No keyboard writing


Offline

speech

recognition system


For frequently used SMS

Platform
& Tools

Increase
800%
in Indonesia

Now 10 million users

Speech & Text Corpora


Developed by Telkom RDC, IT Telkom, and ATR


During 2005
-
2006


Contains 43.780 wav files


Uttered by
398
speakers: 199 males & 199 females


Each speaker uttered 110 sentences


Different ages: teenager to elderly


Dialects: Javanese, Betawi, Sundanese & Batak

Testing and Results


Live
testing for
5
speakers:
3 males
&
2
females


Each
speaker reads 50
sentences


Three Android smartphone devices


Three vocabs: 533, 115, and 1578 frequently used words

Devices

Specification

Device 1

Device
2

Device
3

Processor

600 KHz

800 KHz

1
.
4 GHz

Operating
System

Android 2.1
(Eclair)

Android 2.3
(Ginger Bread)

Android 2.3
(Ginger Bread)

Memory

180 MB

278 MB

512 MB

External store
SD card

4 GB

2 GB

2 GB

Word Error Rate

Response Time

On
-
going Development


Slang language for teenagers
(most users)


Some local languages


Dialects: Javanese, Sundanese, Betawi, Batak

Population

58 %

Ethnic Groups

742
local languages

Major: Javanese & Sundanese (42%)

Indonesian in Formal Situation

Indonesian
language in formal
situation never use
abreviation or
symbol. It is
Commonly used by
manajer, lecturer or
other professionals.

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Slang language for Teenagers

Slang language for
teenagers and
youth people
commonly
use
abreviations and
symbols. For
example, “lg” untuk
“lagi” and “t4”
untuk “tempat”.


Just like “b4” for
“before”.

East Java

Meaning:

I am on the way. I
will call you later.
Thank you.

Central Java

IndoVMS can be
used for low
volume speech or

bisik
-
bisik
”.


Meaning:

I am in a meeting,
brother. Please wait
a minute.

Tegal

Meaning:

I am busy now.
Wait for 10
minutes. I call you
later. Thanks.

Sundanese

Meaning:

Be patient, I am on
the way. I will be
there in 30
minutes. Thanks
brother.

Batak

Meaning:

I am in a car. I will
be late. Traffic jam.
Please start the
meeting first.
Thank you.

Live
Demo

-

Sundanese

-

Teenager slang

Conclusion


LM is
not
realiable because of the accuracy


Grammar
is feasible based on the smartphone
device


Low
performance device


hundreds
words


High
performance device


thousands words