A part of the entire hypothesized transcription.
- iOS 10.0+
Use the properties of a transcription segment to get details, such as where the segment occurs in the overall transcription and how likely it is that the hypothesized recognition is accurate.
For example, consider the hypothesized transcription "What time is it." The first segment (that is, "What") might have a
substring value of
.6 seconds, and a
1. These values can be interpreted as follows: "What" begins at position
0 in the substring and has a length of four characters. The utterance began at the one second mark and took
.6 seconds to say. If the second segment (that is, "time") has a
1, you know that the user said "time" immediately after saying "What."