Implementation of an arm9 board to be controlled by speech using Qtopia on Linux

@article{Kella2014ImplementationOA,
  title={Implementation of an arm9 board to be controlled by speech using Qtopia on Linux},
  author={Chandni K Kella and Srushti P. Soni},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering},
  year={2014},
  volume={9},
  pages={55-58}
}
Voice recognition applications are becoming more useful nowadays. With growth in the needs for embedded computing and the demand for emerging embedded platforms, it is required that voice recognition systems are available but voice recognition software being closed source cannot be used easily for implementation of voice recognition based devices. To implement the approach on a real-time application, an ARM 9 device interface is to be designed to control the applications on Linux platform, it… Expand

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