Speech Communications: Human and Machine. Douglas O'Shaughnessy
ISBN: 0780334493,9780780334496 | 464 pages | 12 Mb
Speech Communications: Human and Machine Douglas O'Shaughnessy
Publisher: Wiley-IEEE Press
Harris, Arthur Toth, James Sanders, Alexander Rudnicky, Roni Rosenfeld. The concept of a machine than can recognize the human voice has long been an accepted feature in Science Fiction. Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press (19991130). Speech recognition by machines and humans. Abstract: Speech is a natural form of communication for human beings, and computers with the ability to understand speech and speak with a human voice are expected to contribute to the development of more natural man-machine interfaces. Philip Pilkington: Mistaking Men for Machines – How Neoclassical Economics Relies on Computer Science to Misunderstand Human Communication. Studies in Phonetics, Phonology and Morphology, 11, 105-124. The effect of assimilation contexts in word detection. Human speech features characteristics such as linear prediction coefficients (LPCs), MFCCs, and fundamental frequency and formants are studied in previous works [2, 5–9]. Book Summary of Speech Communications: Human and Machine. Speech Communications: Human and Machine (Hardcover) by Douglas O'shaughnessy. AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION (ASR). Speech Communication, 22, 1-16. Title: Automatic Speech Recognition Using Template Model for Man-Machine Interface. (February 2005), doi:10.1145/1075389.1075391. Authors: Neema Mishra, Urmila Shrawankar, V M Thakare.
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