The auditory processing and recognition of speech

William Byrne, John Robinson, Shihab Shamma
1989 Proceedings of the workshop on Speech and Natural Language - HLT '89   unpublished
We are carrying out investigations into the application of biophysical and computational models to speech processing. Described here are studies of the robustness of a speech representation using a biophysical model of the cochlea; experimental results on the representation of speech and complex sounds in the mammalian auditory cortex; and descriptions of computational sequential processing networks capable of recognizing sequences of phonemes.
doi:10.3115/1075434.1075490 fatcat:g34jg36oebaspkwx2netiwslqi