An Automata Approach to Analysis and Synthesis of Audio and Video Patterns
This paper describes some problems in the field of human-computer interaction, such as recognition, compression and synthesis of information in a form customary for a human. The information is represented in computer in a digital form. According to the level of complexity it can be ranked as video information, speech, handwriting texts and printed texts.
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