Speech recognition for the health professions: (using Dragon NaturallySpeaking)

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2005 - Computers - 222 pages
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The primary skill sets introduced in this book make speech recognition "the" data entry tool for professional dictators and medical transcriptionists preparing documentation. The book's understandable format enables learners to become familiar with the history of speech recognition, gain an understanding of hardware requirements necessary to successfully operate the software, get an overview of a popular speech software program, and learn how to successfully use speech recognition for professional dictation. For healthcare professionals such as physicians, nurses, PAs, etc..

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Contents

History of Speech Recognition
17
Capturing Sound
30
Hardware and Speech Software Operation
51
Copyright

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