Submitting Campus

Daytona Beach

Department

Department of Electrical, Computer, Software, & Systems Engineering

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication/Presentation Date

1986

Abstract/Description

In recent years, a number of useful speech- and language-related research tools have been under development at MIT. These tools are aids for efficiently analyzing the acoustic characteristics of speech and the phonological properties of a language. They are playing a valuable role in our own research, as well as in research conducted elsewhere. This paper describes several of the systems being developed for use on our Lisp Machine workstations.

Grant or Award Name

DARPA N00039-85-C-0290

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