- Full Description
In the last decade the remarkable advances in computing and networking have sparked an enormous interest in deploying automatic speech recognition in devices and networks, and the trend is accelerating. This book brings together leading academic researchers and industrial practitioners to address the issues in this emerging realm. It covers networked, distributed and embedded speech recognition systems, which are expected to co-exist in the future. The book is divided into four parts: networked speech recognition, distributed speech recognition, embedded speech recognition, and systems and applications. A profound and unified introduction about this area and its latest development is provided, as well as working knowledge needed for research and practical application deployment. This book covers the most up-to-date standards and a number of systems. This all-inclusive reference is an essential read for graduate students, scientists and engineers working or researching in the field of speech recognition and processing.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Networked, Distributed and Embedded Speech Recognition: An Overview.
- Speech Coding and Packet Loss Effects on Speech and Speaker.
- Speech Recognition over Mobile Networks.
- Speech Recognition over IP Networks.
- Distributed Speech Recognition Standards.
- Speech Feature Extraction and Reconstruction.
- Quantization of Speech Features: Source Coding.
- Error Recovery: Channel Coding and Packetization.
- Error Concealment.
- Algorithm Optimizations: Low Computational Complexity.
- Algorithm Optimizations: Low Memory Footprint.
- point Arithmetic.
- Software Architectures for Networked Mobile Speech Applications.
- Speech Recognition in Mobile Phones.
- Handheld Speech to Speech Translation System.
- Automotive Speech Recognition.
- aware Speech Recognition for Mobile Devices.
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