Zero-crossing-based speech segregation and recognition for humanoid robots


Nowadays, humanoid robots attract people since their overall appearance is similar to the human body, allowing interaction with humans and the surrounding environment. In the case of the auditory interaction with humans, it is desirable that humanoid robots have similar capacity to the human¿s auditory information processing system. This is a very difficult… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TCE.2009.5373808

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