With the rapid development of Internet of Things Technology, speech recognition has been applied more and more widely. Chinese Speech Recognition is a complex process. In the process of speech-to-text conversion, due to the influence of dialect, environmental noise, and context, the accuracy of speech-to-text in multi-round dialogues and specific contexts is still not high. After the general speech recognition technology, the text after speech recognition can be detected and corrected in the specific context, which is helpful to improve the robustness of text comprehension and is a beneficial supplement to the speech recognition technology. In this paper, a text processing model after Chinese Speech Recognition is proposed, which combines a bidirectional long short-term memory (LSTM) network with a conditional random field (CRF) model. The task is divided into two stages: text error detection and text error correction. In this paper, a bidirectional long short-term memory (Bi-LSTM) network and conditional random field are used in two stages of text error detection and text error correction respectively. Through verification and system test on the SIGHAN 2013 Chinese Spelling Check (CSC) dataset, the experimental results show that the model can effectively improve the accuracy of text after speech recognition.
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