By João Freitas,António Teixeira,Miguel Sales Dias,Samuel Silva
This publication offers a vast and finished assessment of the prevailing technical ways within the region of silent speech interfaces (SSI), either in thought and in program. each one strategy is defined within the context of the human speech creation technique, permitting the reader to obviously comprehend the foundations in the back of SSI mostly and throughout diversified tools. also, the ebook explores the mixed use of alternative info assets, amassed from numerous sensors, which will take on the restrictions of less complicated SSI techniques, addressing present demanding situations of this box. The publication additionally offers information regarding current SSI purposes, assets and an easy instructional on tips on how to construct an SSI.
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