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Uncertainty in Signal Estimation and Stochastic Weighted Viterbi Algorithm: A Unified Framework to Address Robustness in Speech Recognition and Speaker Verification

By N. Becerra Yoma, C. Molina, C. Garreton and F. Huenupan

Published: June 1st 2007

DOI: 10.5772/4751

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N. Becerra Yoma, C. Molina, C. Garreton and F. Huenupan (June 1st 2007). Uncertainty in Signal Estimation and Stochastic Weighted Viterbi Algorithm: A Unified Framework to Address Robustness in Speech Recognition and Speaker Verification, Robust Speech Recognition and Understanding, Michael Grimm and Kristian Kroschel, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/4751. Available from:

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