speech recognition

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speech recognition

n
(Computer Science) the understanding of continuous speech by a computer
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Age of acquisition, word frequency, and neighborhood density effects on spoken word recognition by children and adults.
The topics include how the perception and production of speech are connected, consonant bias in the use of phonological information during lexical processing: a lifespan and cross-linguistic perspective, zones of proximal development for models of spoken work recognition, bilingual spoken word recognition, and the effect of speech sound disorders on the developing language system: implications for treatment and future directions.
This is especially true for visual word recognition (Coltheart, Rastle, Perry, Langdon, & Ziegler, 2001), but it is also the case for auditory spoken word recognition (Gaskell & Marslen-Wilson, 1997; 1999; Goldinger, Luce, & Pisoni, 1989; Kessler & Treiman, 2002; Marslen-Wilson & Warren, 1994; Vitevitch & Luce, 1999).