Analytical Review of Feature Extraction Techniques for Automatic Speech Recognition

Speech recognition is a multileveled pattern recognition task, in which acoustical signals are examined and structured into a hierarchy of sub word units (e.g., phonemes), words, phrases and sentences. Each level may provide additional temporal constraints, e.g., known word pronunciations or legal word sequences, which can compensate for errors or uncertainties at lower levels. This hierarchy of constraints can best be exploited by combining decisions probabilistically at all lower levels, and making discrete decisions only at the highest level.

Provided by: Iosrjournals Topic: Enterprise Software Date Added: Oct 2013 Format: PDF

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