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Speech Recognition

Started by Spike November 9, 2003
What algorithms are commonly in speech recognition?
I have planned to use Fourier Transform (how many samples do you think
is good? 4096?) and a adaptive filter.

What do you think?

Thanks in advance
//Spike

Spike wrote:

> What algorithms are commonly in speech recognition? > I have planned to use Fourier Transform (how many samples do you think > is good? 4096?) and a adaptive filter. > > What do you think? > > Thanks in advance > //Spike
If you are doing this on your own I think you will be busy! The best packages on the amrket are the result of some 30 odd years of reserach - some in hugh teams with linguists,engineers etc etc Tom
On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 17:33:11 +1300, Tom <somebody@nOpam.com> wrote:

> > >Spike wrote: > >> What algorithms are commonly in speech recognition? >> I have planned to use Fourier Transform (how many samples do you think >> is good? 4096?) and a adaptive filter. >> >> What do you think? >> >> Thanks in advance >> //Spike > >If you are doing this on your own I think you will be busy! The best >packages on the amrket are the result of some 30 odd years of reserach - >some in hugh teams with linguists,engineers etc etc > >Tom > >
Well I have already read some books about Neural Nets... I'm currently reading on how audio processing works. But I still don't know where to begin... Could you please tell me some of modern ways of handling this? //Spike
Spike wrote:

> On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 17:33:11 +1300, Tom <somebody@nOpam.com> wrote: > > >> >>Spike wrote: >> >> >>>What algorithms are commonly in speech recognition? >>>I have planned to use Fourier Transform (how many samples do you think >>>is good? 4096?) and a adaptive filter. >>> >>>What do you think? >>> >>>Thanks in advance >>>//Spike >> >>If you are doing this on your own I think you will be busy! The best >>packages on the amrket are the result of some 30 odd years of reserach - >>some in hugh teams with linguists,engineers etc etc >> >>Tom >> >> > > > Well I have already read some books about Neural Nets... > I'm currently reading on how audio processing works. But I still don't > know where to begin... > > Could you please tell me some of modern ways of handling this? > > //Spike >
Check out comp.speech.research and FAQ at http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/comp.speech/
Hi,
i suspect all existing SpeechRecognition engines are based on 'HTK
book'(or __htkbook.pdf in my case) by Cambridge University.
About details of release i'm ready to speak by e-mail.
> >> What algorithms are commonly in speech recognition?
Cheers