ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION.

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This paper describes an automatic speech recognition machine which combines algorithms for acoustic signal processing, pattern recognition, syntactic and semantic analysis in an interactive hierarchy. The most important feature of this cooperative structure is that any level of processing may, at any time, invoke the aid of another level toward the ultimate goal of understanding what was said. The machine has been implemented in the form of a computer program for an IBM 360/50 and is currently being tested on a large data base.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages344-345
Number of pages2
StatePublished - Jan 1 1973
Externally publishedYes
EventInt Conf on Cybern and Soc, Proc - Boston, Mass
Duration: Nov 5 1973Nov 7 1973

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ConferenceInt Conf on Cybern and Soc, Proc
CityBoston, Mass
Period11/5/7311/7/73

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Acoustic signal processing
Syntactics
Speech recognition
Pattern recognition
Artificial intelligence
Computer program listings
Semantics
Processing

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  • Engineering(all)

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Levinson, S. E. (1973). ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION.. 344-345. Paper presented at Int Conf on Cybern and Soc, Proc, Boston, Mass, .

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION. / Levinson, S. E.

1973. 344-345 Paper presented at Int Conf on Cybern and Soc, Proc, Boston, Mass, .

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Levinson, SE 1973, 'ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION.' Paper presented at Int Conf on Cybern and Soc, Proc, Boston, Mass, 11/5/73 - 11/7/73, pp. 344-345.
Levinson SE. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION.. 1973. Paper presented at Int Conf on Cybern and Soc, Proc, Boston, Mass, .
Levinson, S. E. / ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION. Paper presented at Int Conf on Cybern and Soc, Proc, Boston, Mass, .2 p.
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