Speech, Audio, Image and Biomedical Signal Processing using Neural Networks / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Humans are remarkable in processing speech, audio, image and some biomedical signals. Artificial neural networks are proved to be successful in performing several cognitive, industrial and scientific tasks. This peer reviewed book presents some recent advances and surveys on the applications of artificial neural networks in the areas of speech, audio, image and biomedical signal processing. It chapters are prepared by some reputed researchers and practitioners around the globe.
Table of ContentsInformation Theoretic Feature Selection and Projection.- Recognition of Tones in YorÙbÁ Speech: Experiments With Artificial Neural Networks.- Emotion Recognition from Speech Using Multi-Classifier Systems and RBF-Ensembles.- Modeling Supra-Segmental Features of Syllables Using Neural Networks.- Objective Speech Quality Evaluation Using an Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Network.- A Novel Approach to Language Identification Using Modified Polynomial Networks.- Speech/Non-Speech Classification in Hearing Aids Driven by Tailored Neural Networks.- Audio Signal Processing.- Democratic Liquid State Machines for Music Recognition.- Color Transfer and its Applications.- A Neural Approach to Unsupervised Change Detection of Remote-Sensing Images.- Fisher Linear Discriminant Analysis and Connectionist Model for Efficient Image Recognition.- Detection and Recognition of Human Faces and Facial Features.- Classification of Satellite Images with Regularized AdaBoosting of RBF Neural Networks.- Convolutional Neural Networks for Image Processing with Applications in Mobile Robotics.- SVM Based Adaptive Biometric Image Enhancement Using Quality Assessment.- Segmentation and Classification of Leukocytes Using Neural Networks: A Generalization Direction.- A Closed Loop Neural Scheme to Control Knee Flex-Extension Induced by Functional Electrical Stimulation: Simulation Study and Experimental Test on a Paraplegic Subject.