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RE: DNS 9 preferred or DNS 10 standard?
by R. Sheng-Chieh Cheng on Saturday March 21st 2009, 13:38
Thank you for replying.
I sense DNS 10 w/ linux is not ready (crashes) and I rather not
hassle with DNS 9 (you can get used copies, but still).
What kind of WER you might expect from a DNS for listening to a
sermon? What is happening is using a real-time collaborative text
editor (ethernet pad claims to be fast - haven't check it yet).
Have a CART or non-CART typist or DNS spits out most of the text,
And then, another typist (or two) fixes the error. Even if DNS
only pick up 75%, it still would be better (faster) than a non-CART
Fyi, CART = Communication Access Realtime Translation and CART
typists use a special keyboard to type very fast (245 word/min).
Non-CART (non-professional) typists only type 50-100 words a min.
So the idea is to have DNS spits out most of text fast and have
others to correct it. It'll be quicker than non-CART typists.
CART typists would have to go thru several years of training.