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Spontaneous IVR

German Speech Data - Spontaneous IVR

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$255.00 per hour 133 hours available
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Version Number
01
Published date
Sep 1, 2021
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Use case(s)

call centre, conversational AI, IVR

Model Applications

Acoustic Modelling, ASR Testing, Benchmarking

Packaging description

A zip file containing metadata files in tsv format and a folder with all the audio files
This dataset contains 133 hours of German Spontaneous IVR data, recorded from speakers in Germany.

Seller Name

Defined.ai

Dataset details

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Domain Telecommunication
Total recordings 13910
File size 14.34GB
Hours 133
Word error rate (%) Measurement indicating errors in alignment of text representation (actual vs. perfect) of audio, taking into account words omitted, inserted or wrongly replaced. 4.6%
Average amount of recordings per speaker 70.79

Demographic

Locale The language(s) and country(s) applicable to the speakers in the dataset. de-de
Language German
Country Germany
Female | Male | Unspecified View on chart 53% | 47% | 0%
Age View on chart 18-66
Accent(s) View on chart Neutral/Hochdeutsch, Nordoberdeutsch – Fränkisch (Nürnberg, Aschaffenburg), Ostmitteldeutsch (Erfurt, Dresden, Leipzig, Berlin), Ostniederdeutsch (Rostock, Brandenburg), Ostoberdeutsch – Bairisch (München, Regensburg), Westmitteldeutsch – Rheinisch (Köln, Trier, Frankfurt), Westniederdeutsch (Hamburg, Bremen, Hannover, Kiel), Westoberdeutsch – Alemannisch (Stuttgart, Augsburg, Freiburg)

Audio Details

Words 744924
Recording environment noisy, silent
Audio format WAV
Bits per sample 8
Device type mobile
Communication band narrowband
Sample rate 8kHz

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