Speech recognition on android using Sphinx


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  1. Brownie_cookie

    Brownie_cookie New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'm working on speech recognition on mobile phone. I intend to use Sphinx
    package for the speech recognition part

    I already installed Android and make it run perfectly in my machine. For Sphinx , it 's speech recognition tool kit implemented by Java.

    I intend to processes as following:
    Input: Voice through Android
    Processing: Convert the voice input into an object that Sphinx recognize and transfer it to the Sphinx.
    Do all the necessary processing such for speech recognition, and get the text that is similar to the input
    Output: Transfer this text message that i converted by Sphnix to Android.
    Finally, show the output that is supposed to be the text [say sms] in the mobile screen in Android Emulator

    I tried to integrate
    Android with Sphinx, but was not able to integrate successfully
    because Java application after compiling become java byte code and
    can't integrate with Delvik byte code from Android.

    I'm not sure if I combine 2 things together it can work together or not.
    And I'm not be able to create middle ware to make it compatible with each other. Could you please give me some suggestion??

    Thank you so very much.
     

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  2. luisuebel

    luisuebel New Member

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    Try pocket sphinx!
    Or do you need continuous speech recognition?

    Luis (www.asrlabs.com)
     
  3. AceStar

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    Is it possible to compile Sphinx into Delvik byte code? Both use the Java language, just the API will have to be different, so I don't imagine it would be a massive effort to modify it.
     
  4. elizas

    elizas New Member

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    Speech Recognition means recognizing the speech and converting it into readable form (text).
    With the help of speech recognition we can take the user voice as input (dynamically), convert it into text and use it to perform various functions in our program.

    Eliza
     
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  5. harrisonyap

    harrisonyap New Member

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    is it possible to do free-form speech recognition in android?
    which api i should use?
     
  6. rajanrufus

    rajanrufus New Member

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    Thanks for your sharing and its really informative.
     
  7. sohguanh

    sohguanh Well-Known Member

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    If it is a Java .jar file then it already support isn't it? You just put third party jar files inside your project/libs folder. Then in your program you import the package and you start using the classes.
     
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