Hardware speech recognition for user interfaces in low cost, low power devices

@article{Nedevschi2005HardwareSR,
  title={Hardware speech recognition for user interfaces in low cost, low power devices},
  author={Sergiu Nedevschi and Rabin K. Patra and Eric A. Brewer},
  journal={Proceedings. 42nd Design Automation Conference, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={684-689}
}
We propose a system architecture for real-time hardware speech recognition on low-cost, power-constrained devices. The system is intended to support real-time speech-based user interfaces as part of an effort to bring Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to underdeveloped regions of the world.Our system architecture exploits a shared infrastructure model. The computationally intensive task of speech model training and retraining is performed offline by shared servers, while the… CONTINUE READING
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