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Investigating spoken Arabic digits in speech recognition setting
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Arabic language is a Semitic language that has many differences when compared to European languages such as English. Expand
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Automatic speech recognition for Bangla digits
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In this paper, we introduce a system for Bangla digit automatic speech recognition (ASR). Expand
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Formant Based Analysis of Spoken Arabic Vowels
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In general, speech sounds are classified into two categories: vowels that contain no major air restriction through the vocal tract, and consonants that involve a significant restriction and are therefore weaker in amplitude and often "noisier" than vowels. Expand
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A Comparative Study of Different Speech Features for Arabic Phonemes Classification
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This paper presents the work related to phonetical analysis of classical Arabic speech. Expand
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Speech Recognition System and Formant Based Analysis of Spoken Arabic Vowels
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An analysis of vowels in modern standard Arabic dialect using consonant-vowels-consonant utterances. Expand
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Evaluation of an Arabic Speech Corpus of Emotions: A Perceptual and Statistical Analysis
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The processing of emotion has a wide range of applications in many different fields and has become the subject of increasing interest and attention for many speech and language researchers. Expand
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Review of distinctive phonetic features and the Arabic share in related modern research
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This work reviews the research dealing with DPF strategies for digital speech and language processing using computing and engineering techniques and theories. Expand
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Comparing ANN to HMM in implementing limited Arabic vocabulary ASR systems
  • Y. Alotaibi
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. Speech Technol.
  • 1 March 2012
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In this paper we investigated Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) based Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) by using limited Arabic vocabulary corpora. Expand
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Study on pharyngeal and uvular consonants in foreign accented Arabic for ASR
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This paper investigates the unique pharyngeal and uvular consonants of Arabic from the point of view of automatic speech recognition (ASR). Expand
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Analyzing the seventh vowel of classical Arabic
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In general, any language sounds are classified into two categories: vowels that contain no major air restriction through the vocal tract, and consonants that involve a significant restriction and are therefore weaker in amplitude and often "noisier" than vowels. Expand
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