Technical Report CS0028

TR#:CS0028
Class:CS
Title: PROGRAMMING A COMPUTER USING A CONTINUOUS SPOKEN LANGUAGE
Authors: Edwari Strasbuurger
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Abstract: Continuous speech can be represented in a compact digital form by using the low order terms of the analytic cepstrum with the voicing period (if any) as gleaned from cepstrum higher order peaking. The concept of the analytic cepstrum is introduced and discussed. Using this cepstrum representation a phoneme pattern recognizer has been constructed. A spoken programming language using continuous speech has been designed, and a system based on the phoneme recognizer has been implemented to recognize the language. On two trained speakers the resulting recognition rate is 50% to 75% on sentences and 75% to 95% on words. With the interactive reject and repeat feature, the recognition rate is 100%.
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