Environmental Adaptation for Robust Speech Recognition

@inproceedings{June1994EnvironmentalAF,
  title={Environmental Adaptation for Robust Speech Recognition},
  author={Fu-Hua Liu June},
  year={1994}
}
  • Fu-Hua Liu June
  • Published 1994
Lack of robustness with respect to environmental variability is a continuing problem for speech recognition. Many studies have shown that automatic speech recognition systems perform poorly when there are differences in the acoustics of the training and testing environment. Several approaches have previously been considered to compensate for environmental variability, including techniques based on autoregressive analysis, the use of auditory models, and the use of array processing, among many… CONTINUE READING

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