Curator - David G. Larsen
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC SPEECH SYNTHESIS
Authors: Neil Sciater
Publisher: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.
4300 West 62nd St.
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Blacksburg author Neil Sciater helps you understand how a human "voice" is electronically created by the three current digital synthesis technologies, and explains hat you can expect in speech quality as it relates to data rate and cost of memory devices.
- A technical introduction to the state of the art in electronic speech synthesis, written in nontechnical terms!
- Ideal if you already know something about electronics but DON'T have a background in computers, programming, or speech physiology!
Also evaluates the complexity and cost of commercial voice-synthesis subsystems and helps you determine how user-friendly they are.
Excellent for self-study, either alone or in group programs. Makes a worthwhile supplement to textbooks used in formal classroom training courses, too.
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