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Voice recognition device










Image Number 13 for United States Patent #8099290.

A voice recognition unit is constructed in such a way as to create a voice label string for an inputted voice uttered by a user inputted for each language on the basis of a feature vector time series of the inputted voice uttered by the user and data about a sound standard model, and register the voice label string into a voice label memory 2 while automatically switching among languages for a sound standard model memory 1 used to create the voice label string, and automatically switching among the languages for the voice label memory 2 for holding the created voice label string by using a first language switching unit SW1 and a second language switching unit SW2.








 
 
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