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Keywords:
DARPA robust continuous speaker-independent speech recognition interface research Sphinx CMU SCS dictionary consortium wearable portable Informedia LISTEN JANUS Pangloss Interact DIPLOMAT TONGUES USI Communicator LARRI
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Welcome to the Speech at CMU Web Page. Carnegie Mellon University is dedicated to speech technology research, development, and deployment, and we hope this page will be a vehicle to make our work available online. CMU has a historic position in computational speech research, and continues to test the limits of the art.


Open Source Speech Software from Carnegie Mellon University

Speech and Language projects and groups at Carnegie Mellon University

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Last modified: Tue Oct 02 10:38:36 Eastern Daylight Time 2007
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