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[This chapter provides a brief introduction to the speech recognition systems, types of speech recognition systems, and their applications. The articulatory and excitation source features are briefly described. The significance of articulatory and excitation source features in improving the...
[This chapter describes the existing works related to speech recognition. The prior works using the articulatory and excitation source features to improve the performance of speech recognition systems are listed.]
[This chapter discusses the proposed approaches to derive and use articulatory features (AFs) for phone recognition task. The prediction of AFs for five different AF groups is discussed. The development of tandem and hybrid PRSs using AFs is proposed. The adaptive weighted combination approach...
[This chapter describes the proposed methods to parameterize the excitation source information for phone recognition task. The development of PRSs using combination of spectral and excitation source features is described. The development of robust PRSs using spectral and excitation source...
[This chapter describes the development of PRSs using articulatory and excitation source features for read, extempore, and conversation modes of speech. The performance of PRSs developed using read, extempore, and conversation modes of speech is determined. The results are analyzed by comparing...
[This chapter summarizes the overall contents of the book. Major contributions and future scope of work have been highlighted.]
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