On-device mobile speech recognition

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Mustafa, MK (2016)
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Despite many years of research, Speech Recognition remains an active area of research in Artificial Intelligence. Currently, the most common commercial application of this technology on mobile devices uses a wireless client – server approach to meet the computational an... View more
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