Trends in speech recognition
Wayne A. Lea
Prentice-Hall, 1980 - Computers - 580 pages
Thirty speech experts cover computer recognition of spoken words, phrases, & sentences. Introduces the field, future prospects & reasons for voice input to machines. Gives guidelines for advanced work in sentence understanding.
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MOTIVATIONS AND GENERAL REVIEWS
Needs vs Competence in Speech Recognition
Past Present and Future
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accuracy acoustic phonetic acoustic-phonetic Acoustical Society algorithm allophones alternative applications ARPA SUR project automatic speech recognition Beranek and Newman branching factor Chap coarticulation components consonants constraints context continuous speech recognition control strategy correct data entry detected developed digits duration dynamic programming effects evaluation formant formant frequencies fricatives function fundamental frequency grammar Harpy Hearsay-II HWIM IEEE interaction interpretation island driving isolated word Klatt knowledge sources language lexical linear prediction linguistic machine mapper measure method parameters parsing pattern performance phonetic segments phonological rules problem procedures pronunciation prosodic recognizers Reddy representation Sambur scores semantic sentence Signal Processing speaker spectral spectrum speech recognition system speech signal Speech Understanding Research speech understanding system Sperry Univac spoken strings structure syntactic syntax talker task techniques templates utterance verified vocabulary vocal tract vowel word hypotheses word recognition word sequences