Language and Speech Recognition for Human-Computer Interaction Hardback
Edited by Amitoj Singh, Munish Kumar, Virender Kadyan
In today's advancing society, the study of machine learning and artificial intelligence has been a popular area of research across the globe.
One aspect of these technological developments is understanding the relationship between computers and human language.
Helping computers understand natural linguistics has become a rapidly developing research area, as professionals need advanced techniques in document analysis and recognition methodologies.
Understanding the fundamentals and applications of these processing skills is vital. Language and Speech Recognition for Human-Computer Interaction is a collection of innovative research on the methods and applications of natural language processing techniques (NLP) within computer science and programming.
Along with discussing the current and future scope of NLP, this book highlights topics including handwriting recognition, acoustic analysis, and forensic document examination.
This book is ideally designed for IT specialists, academicians, researchers, scholars, industry professionals, and students seeking current research on the advancement of computational linguistics.