Roziati Zainuddin

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Automatic Speaker Recognition technology has recently been implemented in large number of commercial areas successfully. Speaker recognition is being used in voice based biometrics; voice controlled appliances, security control for confidential information, remote access to computers and many more interesting areas. This paper introduces text dependent(More)
In the present paper, a fuzzy rule-based system (FRBS) is designed to serve as a decision support system for Coronary heart disease (CHD) diagnosis that not only considers the decision accuracy of the rules but also their transparency at the same time. To achieve the two above mentioned objectives, we apply a multi-objective genetic algorithm to optimize(More)
This research paper aims to develop an isolated-word automatic speech recognition (IWASR) system based on vector quantization (VQ). This system receives, analyzes, searches and matches an input speech signal with the trained set of speech signals which are stored in the database/codebook, and returns matching results to users. IWASR is meant to assist(More)
Word problem solving is one of the most challenging tasks in mathematics for most students. It requires the solver to translate the problem into the language of mathematics, where we use symbols for mathematical operations and for numbers whether known or unknown. From a study conducted on Malaysian school students, it was found that majority of them did(More)
This paper describes and proposes an efficient and effective framework for the design and development of a speaker-independent continuous automatic Arabic speech recognition system based on a phonetically rich and balanced speech corpus. The speech corpus contains a total of 415 sentences recorded by 40 (20 male and 20 female) Arabic native speakers from 11(More)
Cross language information retrieval (CLIR) presents huge ambiguous results as polysemy problems. Therefore, the semantic approach comes to solve the polysemy problem which that the same word may have different meanings according to the context of sentences. This paper presents semantic technique on queries for retrieving more relevant results in CLIR) that(More)