[FoRK] Cheap Electronics Dissection Project

Eugen Leitl < eugen at leitl.org > on > Fri Nov 17 10:52:03 PST 2006

On Fri, Nov 17, 2006 at 01:21:03PM -0500, Kragen Javier Sitaker wrote:

> There might be some tradeoffs available between memory use, CPU use,
> vocabulary size, market size (as restricted by patents) and
> well-known-ness --- Walsh transforms might be "good enough" but not
> well-investigated, but need less memory, for example.

Voice recognition is highly specialized, and most of it can be offloaded
to highly specialized engines (hardware, some of it possibly analog). 
The auditory processing pathway and the cochlea are arguably that.

http://www.caip.rutgers.edu/~lrr/lrr%20papers/352_dr_euro2005c.pdf

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