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<p>Five approaches that can be used to control and simplify the speech recognition task are examined. They entail the use of isolated words, speaker-dependent systems, limited vocabulary size, a tightly constrained grammar, and quiet and controlled environmental conditions. The five components of a speech recognition system are described: a speech capture device, a digital signal processing module, preprocessed signal storage, reference speech patterns, and a pattern-matching algorithm. Current speech recognition systems are reviewed and categorized. Speaker recognition approaches and systems are also discussed.</p>
Daryl H. Graf, Richard D. Peacocke, "An Introduction to Speech and Speaker Recognition", Computer, vol. 23, no. , pp. 26-33, August 1990, doi:10.1109/2.56868
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