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N. Weste, Bell Laboratories
Dynamic time warping is a well-established technique for time alignment and comparison of speech and image patterns. This paper decribes the architecture, algorithms, and design of a CMOS integrated processing array used for computing the dynamic time warp algorithm. Emphasis is placed on speech recognition applications because of the real-time constraints imposed by isolated and continuous speech recognition.
Index Terms:
VLSI design, Array processor, dynamic programming, multiprocessing architectures, parallel processing, pattern matching, pipelining, speech recognition
Citation:
N. Weste, D.J. Burr, B.D. Ackland, "Dynamic Time Warp Pattern Matching Using an Integrated Multiprocessing Array," IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 32, no. 8, pp. 731-744, Aug. 1983, doi:10.1109/TC.1983.1676311
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