Continuous Speech And Continuous Speech: Why Learn Speech Recognition?

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Register to read the introduction… Continuous speech is more natural but typically requires a more powerful compute to process the information. Modern speech systems are continuous whereas older systems were discrete. Many people (especially those with learning disabilities) prefer discrete systems to the newer continuous speech.
More Memory is better having more Ram is a plus. This especially true if you are using other programs at the same time. As speed and the memory of computers increase, speech recognition becomes more effective.
Memory and Speed requirements
Search engines work on top of windows and your other program like your word processor. 128 MB of Ram is the minimum memory requirement for most speech recognition software. 256 are required for some professional versions. Generally 400-500 MHz processor or better is recommended.
Dictation and command modes Speech recognition allows a user to use his/her voice as an input device. Voice recognition may be used to dictate text into the computer or give commands to the computer such as opening an application, pulling downs menus, or saving work.
Why Learn Speech Recognition? * Increase productivity * Helps avoid injury or overcome a handicap * Improves writing

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