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Speech and Language Processing. Hidden Markov Models

@inproceedings{JurafskySpeechAL,
  title={Speech and Language Processing. Hidden Markov Models},
  author={Dan Jurafsky and James H Martin}
}
Her sister was called Tatiana. For the first time with such a name the tender pages of a novel, we'll whimsically grace. Alexander Pushkin's novel in verse, Eugene Onegin, serialized in the early 19th century , tells of the young dandy Onegin, his rejection of the love of young Tatiana, his duel with his friend Lenski, and his later regret for both mistakes. But the novel is mainly beloved for its style and structure rather than its plot. Among other interesting structural innovations, the… 
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Multimedia Information

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The problem of information overload can be solved by the application of information retrieval systems to the huge amount of data and an implementation of audio seg-mentation in silence, speech, music and other is evaluated.

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