Neural Networks for Vision, Speech and Natural Language

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This book is a collection of papers by British Telecom researchers and their BT funded academic collaborators in the BT Connex project. This project concerns the application of neural networks to image processing, speech technology and natural language processing.

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Overview

This book is a collection of papers by British Telecom researchers and their BT funded academic collaborators in the BT Connex project. This project concerns the application of neural networks to image processing, speech technology and natural language processing.

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'... admirably clearly written, and well structured throughout...The book succeeds very well in its aims: it does improve on the weaknesses of comparisons between approaches in the literature; it implicitly sets out how industrially oriented research is best carried out; and it presents some interesting, sometimes fascinating new results and approaches.'
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'This volume collects the more successful case studies from a very large research project at BT Laboratories that set out to investigate the applicability of neural computing to speech, vision and the natural language problems in this application context...of interest to researchers with specialist knowledge of these subjects or, especially, to those with an interest in the application of multi-layer perceptions to practical problems.'
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780412430008
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
  • Publication date: 2/15/1992
  • Series: BT Telecommunications Series , #1
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 442
  • Product dimensions: 6.43 (w) x 9.55 (h) x 1.14 (d)

Table of Contents

Contributors
Preface
Introduction: neural networks for vision, speech and natural language 1
Pt. 1 Vision
Neural networks for vision: an introduction 5
1 Image feature location in multi-resolution images using a hierarchy of multilayer perceptrons 13
2 Training multilayer perceptrons for facial feature location: a case study 30
3 The detection of eyes in facial images using radial basis functions 50
4 A neural network feature detector using a multi-resolution pyramid 65
5 Training and testing of neural net window operators on spatiotemporal image sequences 93
6 Image classification using Gabor representations with a neural net 112
Pt. 2 Speech
Neural networks for speech processing: an introduction 129
7 Spoken alphabet recognition using multilayer perceptrons 135
8 Speaker independent vowel recognition 148
9 Dissection of perceptron structures in speech and speaker recognition 160
10 Segmental sub-word unit classification using a multilayer perceptron 177
Pt. 3 Natural Language
Connectionist natural language processing: an introduction 193
11 A single layer higher order neural net and its applications to context free grammar recognition 203
12 Functional compositionality and soft preference rules 235
13 Applications of multilayer perceptrons in text-to-speech synthesis systems 256
Pt. 4 Implementation
Hardware implementation of neural networks: an introduction 289
14 Finite wordlength, integer arithmetic multilayer perceptron modelling for hardware realization 293
15 A VSLI architecture for implementing neural networks with on-chip backpropagation learning 312
16 An opto-electronic neural network processor 330
Pt. 5 Architectures
Architectures: an introduction 349
17 A dynamic topology net 353
18 The stochastic search network 370
19 Node sequence networks 388
20 Some dynamical properties of neural networks 410
Index 439
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