Fundamentals Of Speech Recognition

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  • 9788177585605

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  • 664 gram

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  • 2008

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    Provides a complete description of the basic knowledge and ideas that constitute a modern system for speech recognition by machine.FeaturesDiscusses the breadth and depth of the various disciplines that are required for a deep understanding of all aspects of speech recognition Explores the relatives advantages and disadvantages of the various approaches to speech recognition, and shows why the pattern recognition approach has become the method of choice for most modern systems Outlines the fundamental techniques used to provide speech features used in all recognition systemsExtends the speech recognition problem from single-word sequences to fluent speech Includes end of chapter excercisesContentsAN...  Read More

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