Speech Recognition Neural Networks MATLAB

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[Bib1] Tebelskis, Joe. “Speech Recognition using Neural Networks”

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. May 1995.

[Bib2] Kingston, Andrew. “Speech Recognition by Machine”

Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. October, 1992.

[Bib3] Rahim, Mazin G. “Artificial Neural Networks for Speech Analysis/Synthesis”

Chapman & Hall Neural Computing, 1994.

[Bib4] Brookes, Mike. “VOICEBOX: Speech Processing Toolbox for MATLAB”

Department of Electric & Electronics Engineering, Imperial College, UK.

[Bib5] The Mathworks. “MATLAB 6.1”

Signal Processing and Neural Networks Toolbox.

Source: Speech Recognition System Project Using Neural Networks ( Final Project Report )

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