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N-Best: In speech recognition, given an audio input, an ASR (Automatic Speech Recognizer) returns a list of results, with each result ascribed a confidence score (usually a fraction between 0 and 1 (e.g., “0.87”) or a percentage). N-Best refers to the “N” results that were returned by the ASR and that were above the “confidence threshold”. For instance if the user were to say, “Austin,” and the recognizer were to return, “Austin” with a score of 0.92, “Boston” with 0.87, “Houston” with 0.65, “Aspen” with 0.52, and “Oslo” with 0.43, and the threshold were set at 0.70, only the first two, “Austin” and “Boston” would be returned.
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