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Continuous Speech Recognition System A Review

Pratik K. Kurzekar, Ratnadeep R Deshmukh, Vishal B. Waghmare, Pukhraj P. Shrishrimal

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Abstract


Speech is most common mode of communication between human. Human are trying to develop systems which can understand and accept the command via speech. This paper gives an overview of continuous speech recognition systems developed in different languages. This paper would be helpful for the researchers to find the brief overview of continuous speech recognition systems developed in different languages around the world and the recognition rate achieved by these system.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15520/ajcsit.v4i6.3

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