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DSP for In-Vehicle and Mobile Systems

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  • Robustness issues in speech recognition
  • Dialog systems in cars provide increase information access to drivers
  • Hands-free voice dialing in cars is important for safety - many restrictions in countries on using cell phones while driving; this book considers several methods for addressing hands-free speech interaction in the car
  • Several chapters have detailed descriptions of audio and multi-modal data resources for companies interested in working in the car environment; developing algorithms, etc.
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DSP for In-Vehicle and Mobile Systems is focused on digital signal processing strategies for improving information access, command and control, and communications for in-vehicle environments. It is expected that the next generation of human-to-vehicle interfaces will incorporate speech, video/image, and wireless communication modalities to provide more comfortable and safer driving ambiance. It is also expected that vehicles will become "smarter" and provide a level of wireless information sharing of resources regarding road, weather, traffic, and other information that drivers may need immediately or request at a later time while driving on the road. The format of this work centers on three themes: in-vehicle corpora, speech recognition/dialog systems with emphasis on car environments, and digital signal processing for mobile platforms involving noise suppression, image/video processing, and alternative communication scenarios that can be employed for in-vehicle applications.

DSP for In-Vehicle and Mobile Systems is appropriate for researchers and professionals working in signal processing technologies, next generation vehicle design and networked-communications.

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Table of contents (19 chapters)

Editors and Affiliations

  • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, San Diego State University, San Diego, USA

    Hüseyin Abut

  • Robust Speech Processing Group, Center for Spoken Language Research Dept. Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences, Dept. Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

    John H.L. Hansen

  • Department of Media Science, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan

    Kazuya Takeda

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