Applied Speech Technology
Ann K. Syrdal, Raymond W. Bennett, Steven L. Greenspan
CRC Press, Oct 18, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 656 pages
Written by the world's top experts in the field, this multidisciplinary book explores all phases of speech technology. Topics covered include:
In-depth discussions of specific speech technologies are included, as well as a treatment of the issues and challenges of human-computer interfaces. Oriented toward state-of-the-art applications, the book emphasizes the practical utilization of emerging technologies and includes numerous case studies.
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