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Topic Title: Fastest drop from Utterance to Printed Text
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Created On: 06/20/2021 08:49 AM
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 Fastest drop from Utterance to Printed Text   - kevindiltinero - 06/20/2021 08:49 AM  
 Fastest drop from Utterance to Printed Text   - R. Wilke - 06/20/2021 10:03 AM  
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kevindiltinero
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Hi guys,

With my new set up, I ran R.Wilke's Dragon Bench and there is one summary metric which I think is the speed of response from an utterance to printed text.

0.85 is my current average.

The new setup seems pretty fast. Is this a good score? What is typically an expected benchmark for a fast set up? What are the more experienced guys getting for this benchmark?

I found it extremely easy to install the program to test, so seems pretty straightforward to check this one.

Thanks,

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R. Wilke
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Your are referring to the so-called "Real Time Factor" (RTF). It is measured and computed automatically, for every utterance, and it reflects the ratio between the time it takes do dictate the utterance and the time it takes Dragon to process it. So if it is 0.85, as an example, it took Dragon 85% of the duration of the utterance to process it. Therefore, any RTF below 1.0 is okay, and 0.85 is pretty much as good as it gets, for live dictation.

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