& books on speech recognition
- "Talk Show", Wayne Rash Jr., PC Magazine (USA), Dec 20, 1994.
- "Seybold Report on Desktop Publishing" published a nine-page,
head-to-head comparison of Dragon's DOS software with IBM's OS/2
software. March 7, 1994; Volume 8, Number 7; Pages 3-11; ISSN:0889-9762;
Seybold Publications, P.O. Box 644, Media, PA 19063 USA, phone (610)
- McGraw-Hill Inc.'s "BYTE, the Magazine of Technology Integration,"
published a two-page review of IBM's Personal Dictation System software.
May 1994; Volume ?, Number ?; Pages 145-146; ISSN:0360-5280; Editorial,
Executive, and Circulation address: One Phoenix Mill Lane, Peterborough,
NH 03458 USA, phone ?
Some general introduction books on speech recognition technology:
- Fundamentals of Speech Recognition; Lawrence Rabiner &
Biing-Hwang Juang Englewood Cliffs NJ: PTR Prentice Hall (Signal
Processing Series), c1993, ISBN 0-13-015157-2
- Speech recognition by machine; W.A. Ainsworth London:
Peregrinus for the Institution of Electrical Engineers, c1988
- Speech synthesis and recognition; J.N. Holmes Wokingham:
Van Nostrand Reinhold, c1988
- Speech Communication: Human and Machine, Douglas
O'Shaughnessy; Addison Wesley series in Electrical Engineering: Digital
Signal Processing, 1987.
- Electronic speech recognition: techniques, technology and
applications, edited by Geoff Bristow, London: Collins, 1986
- Readings in Speech Recognition; edited by Alex Waibel &
Kai-Fu Lee. San Mateo: Morgan Kaufmann, c1990
- Hidden Markov models for speech recognition; X.D. Huang,
Y. Ariki, M.A. Jack. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, c1990
- Speech Recognition: The Complete Practical Reference Guide;
T. Schalk, P. J. Foster: Telecom Library Inc, New York; ISBN
O-9366648-39-2; 377 pages; paperback only. Covers speech recognition in
a telephony environment and wish to use call processing hardware based
in PCs. It is written using Dialogic hardware as the example for the
- Automatic speech recognition: the development of the SPHINX
system; by Kai-Fu Lee; Boston; London: Kluwer Academic, c1989
- An Introduction to the Application of the Theory of
Probabilistic Functions of a Markov Process to Automatic Speech
Recognition, S. E. Levinson, L. R. Rabiner and M. M. Sondhi; in
Bell Syst. Tech. Jnl. v62(4), pp1035--1074, April 1983
- Review of Neural Networks for Speech Recognition, R. P.
Lippmann; in Neural Computation, v1(1), pp 1-38, 1989.
- Automatic Speech and Speaker Recognition: Advanced Topics,
C.H. Lee, F.K. Soong and K.K. Paliwal (Eds.), Kluwer, Boston, 1996.
online-bibiliography for Phonetics and Speech Technology
with more than 8000 entries. Provided by
Institut fur Phonetik
at Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat Frankfurt.
Computational Speech Processing: Speech Analysis, Recognition, Understanding, Compression, Transmission, Coding, Synthesis ; Text to Speech Systems, Speech to Tactile Displays, Speaker Identification, Prosody Processing : BIBLIOGRAPHY,
by Conrad F. Sabourin, 1994, 2 volumes, 1187p, ISBN 2-921173-21-2,
INFOLINGUA inc., P.O. Box 187 Snowdon, Montreal, H3X 3T4, Canada.
See also: http://gomer.mlink.net/infolingua.html
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