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    Speech is the common basic way we communication with each other. The development of voice biometrics is one that emerged to allow a user to input their voice into a computer system. It is a growing technology which provides security in computers. A speech recognition system is designed to assist the user to complete what that person wants to say versus having a person transcribe it. The first step in voice recognition is for the user to be trained and produce an actual voice sample. Through this

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    Speech recognition is the act of a computer listening to what you are saying and converting it to written text. This may seem like a very simple task to do, knowing that computers are astonishingly fast and powerful but this is quite the contrary. Most recognition software can achieve between 98% to 99% accuracy if operated under optimal conditions. Optimal conditions assume that users have speech characteristics which match the training data, can achieve proper speaker adaptation, and work in a

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    Speech recognition is the process by which the computer uses special software that enables the computer to take in what is said by a specific human or humans and be able to translate it in computer language so that the computer could now act on the instructions given to it. Just like clicking with your mouse, typing on your keyboard, or pressing a key on the phone keypad provides input to an application, speech recognition allows you to provide input by talking. Speech is basically just another user

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    the possible caused affect performance an ASR engine (Victoria. Y., 2012). The theory of the literature reviewed relationship between ASR recognition performance as measured by the accuracy where % of the word correct, divided by the total number of words used. ACCURACY OF ASR The accuracy ASR is a challenging problem to handle for Automatic speech recognition system. This difficulty causes from some factor . According Victoria Y (2012) these error are caused by two factors: external and internal

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    Speech Recognition Systems in Hospitals

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    Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) began in 1936 with the largest hurdle to speed and accuracy being the lack of computer speed and power. Today, most RAM levels are 500 MB and above with transcription speeds exceeding 160 words per minute with accuracy levels of 95%. At the initiation of speech recognition, research was funded and performed by universities and the U.S. Government. The military as well as the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) were the primary government agencies

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    Speech Recognition

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    Speech Recognition Nowadays, computer systems play a major role in our lives. They are used everywhere beginning with homes, offices, restaurants, gas stations, and so on. Nonetheless, for some, computers still represent the machine they will never know how to use. Communicating with a computer is done using a keyboard or a mouse, devices many people are not comfortable using. Speech recognition solves this problem and destroys the boundaries between humans and computers. Using a computer

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    Computers and Speech Recognition: Techniques and Applications Abstract Speech is the most natural and common way of communication between people. It would seem only natural that computer development would eventually progress to the point where people would want to extend the human-computer interface to include speech. Once this happened, numerous techniques were explored. The goals of speech recognition became more and more ambitious, and researchers today continue to push the limits of what

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    Speech Recognition

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    “Speech is a mirror of the soul as a man speaks, so is he” (Publilius Syrus). Verbal communication, allows us to reveal our feelings, connect with others, and gain insight. Speech recognition is the new fad. This paper evokes: the positives and negatives of speech recognition, and defines speech recognition and speech synthesis. A speech recognition, or voice recognition system, uses a microphone or telephone as an input device, then converts a person’s speech into digital signals by comparing the

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    Speech Recognition

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    Speech Recognition Speech recognition is a computer application that lets people control a computer by speaking to it. In other words, rather than using a keyboard and mouse to communicate with the computer, the user speaks commands into a microphone that is connected to a computer. By speaking into the microphone, users can do two things. First, they can tell their computers to execute some commands such as open a document, save changes, delete a paragraph, even move the cursor,­ all without

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    Wireless Speech Recognition

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    Wireless Speech Recognition Introduction In today's ever changing world, full of technology, there are many advances being made in the world of computing. This can be seen a great deal in the area of speech recognition. Machines, computers specifically, are interacting more and more with humans and these interactions can now be driven by human speech. For this technology to be used at its highest potential it will have to be affordable and accessible to all people in all types of machines.

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