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Complete Sound and Speech Recognition System for Health Smart Homes: Application to the Recognition of Activities of Daily Living

By Michel Vacher, Anthony Fleury, Francois Portet, Jean-Francois Serignat and Norbert Noury

Published: January 1st 2010

DOI: 10.5772/7596

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Michel Vacher, Anthony Fleury, Francois Portet, Jean-Francois Serignat and Norbert Noury (January 1st 2010). Complete Sound and Speech Recognition System for Health Smart Homes: Application to the Recognition of Activities of Daily Living, New Developments in Biomedical Engineering, Domenico Campolo, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/7596. Available from:

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