Speech to Text Project

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I am going to write a research paper about the workings of speech-to-text technology and trace its developments in recent periods such as the iPhone and automatic captions on YouTube videos. I am also interested in conjecturing future developments in speech-to-text.


In addition to a variety of Internet articles, my literary sources include:

Ramírez, J., Górriz, J. M., & ebrary, I. (2011). Recent advances in robust speech recognition technology. [S.l.]: Bentham Science Publishers.

Schroeder, M. R. (2004). Computer speech: Recognition, compression, synthesis ; with introductions to hearing and signal analysis and a glossary of speech and computer terms (2nd, [rev. and extended] ed.). Berlin: Springer.

Roe, D. B., Wilpon, J. G., NetLibrary, I., National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), Rabiner, L. R., Schafer, R. W., Cohen, P. R., Oviatt, S. L., Flanagan, J. L. (. L., Liberman, M., Carlson, R., Allen, J., Levinson, S. E., Makhoul, J., Schwartz, R., Jelinek, F., Hirschman, L., Bates, M., Moore, R. C., Seelbach, C., Levitt, H., Oberteuffer, J. A., Weinstein, C. J., Nakatsu, R., Suzuki, Y., Kamm, C., Fallside, F., Furui, S., Atal, B. S., Marcus, M. P., & Kato, Y. (1994). Voice communication between humans and machines. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Taylor, P. (2009). Text-to-Speech Synthesis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.