"Spoken Language Processing" draws on the latest advances and techniques from multiple fields: computer science, electrical engineering, acoustics, linguistics, mathematics, psychology, and beyond. Starting with the fundamentals, it presents all this and more:
To illustrate the book's methods, the authors present detailed case studies based on state-of-the-art systems, including Microsoft's Whisper speech recognizer, Whistler text-to-speech system, Dr. Who dialog system, and the MiPad handheld device. Whether you're planning, designing, building, or purchasing spoken language technology, this is the state of the art--from algorithms through business productivity.
|Paperback Book, 1008 pages||English|
|Prentice Hall (May. 5th, 2001)||Unknown|
|9780130226167||6.96 x 9.08 x 1.92 inches|
|Natural Language Processing|