An Improvised Word Recognition System by Hybridizing CNN and SIFT
||International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT)||
|© 2019 by IJCTT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2019|
|Authors : Neethu Mohan, Arul V H|
|DOI : 10.14445/22312803/IJCTT-V67I4P109|
MLA Style: Neethu Mohan, Arul V H "An Improvised Word Recognition System by Hybridizing CNN and SIFT" International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology 67.4 (2019): 40-43.
APA Style:Neethu Mohan, Arul V H (2019). An Improvised Word Recognition System by Hybridizing CNN and SIFT. International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, 67(4), 40-43.
This paper mainly focuses on developing an efficient word recognition system by combining the good parameters of the SIFT incorporating it with the CNN structure. Several advancements are made in the Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) technology that brings to ease the machine to understand the natural language. The main constrain rise is the nature of the input speech signal, which makes it difficult to retain the original information. This can be overcome by hybridizing the (SIFT) Scale Invariant Feature Transform with (CNN) Convolutional Neural Network architecture. The noisy speech signal is initially passed through the pre –processing stage and converted to the spectrogram to extract the feature. The extracted features are now fed to the layers of CNN in order to train the model. At the testing phase the vectors are now cross matched and the maximum close weighted value from the fully connected layers lead to the output. The system performs with an efficiency of 94.78% in non-isolated environment.
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ASR, SIFT, CNN, spectrogram