Fundamentals of speech synthesis and speech recognition: basic concepts, state of the art, and future challenges
Explains and discusses how human speakers and listeners process speech and language. Focuses on those elements of current research which have the most bearing on future developments in the production of truly natural-sounding speech and the reliable recognition of continuous speech. Presents a concise and clear introduction to this increasingly complex and interdisciplinary field.
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Fundamentals of Phonetic Science
Speech as an Integrated String of Speech Sounds
Multimodal HumanComputer Interface
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