Selecting, Designing, and Using Speech Recognizers

Lea, Wayne A.

Selecting, Designing, and Using Speech Recognizers
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DATE 1982
AUTHOR Lea, Wayne A.
ISBN 9780686376446
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LANGUAGE ENGLISH

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Lea, Wayne A. is the author of 'Selecting, Designing, and Using Speech Recognizers', published 1982 under ISBN 9780686376446 and ISBN 0686376447.

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