Natural Language Human-Machine Interface Using Artificial Neural Networks
In this paper there is a natural language interface presented, which consists of the intelligent mechanisms of human identification, speech recognition, word and command recognition, command syntax and result analysis, command safety assessment, technological process supervision as well as human reaction assessment. In this paper there is also a review of the selected issues on recognition of speech commands in natural language given by the operator of the technological device. A view is offered of the complexity of the recognition process of the operator’s words and commands using neural networks made of a few layers of neurons. The paper presents research results of speech recognition and automatic recognition of commands in natural language using artificial neural networks.
KeywordsRecognition Rate Speech Recognition Voice Communication Voice Command Vocal Tract Length
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