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Recent advances in speech recognition

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1 Author(s)
Y. Stein ; Efrat FutureTechnol. Ltd., Tel Aviv, Israel

Summary form only given. Speech recognition systems tend to consist of the following modules: input (acquisition and acoustic processing); classification (phoneme/word recognition); language (lexical/syntactic/semantic) processing; output (actions to be performed); although in many systems these modules are further subdivided, in some systems some of these modules may be omitted or several may be combined.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel, 1995., Eighteenth Convention of

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7-8 March 1995