Summary of replies to my inquiry regarding FL for speech

Henrik Legind Larsen (
Fri, 28 Nov 1997 20:13:30 +0100 (MET)

Many thanks to all who replied to my inquiry:

> Does anybody know about work on speech recognition using fuzzy

> I will compile the references I receive and submit them to the list.

I enclose below a summary of the responses:


Henrik L. Larsen,

Intelligent Systems Laboratory

Roskilde University, Denmark

-------------resonses regarding speech recognition using fuzzy logic


"I developed a lot of successful fuzzy application in the field of
speech recognition.

You'll find some of them on my web page. ...

<fontfamily><param>Geneva</param>Website: (new)"

</fontfamily>(from Marco Russo)


"An application of fuzzy automata:

T. Van Le: "Fuzzy Finite Automata And Their Application To Speech

Proc. 5th annual conf. on AI, Simulation, and Planning in high

autonomy systems, Gainesville, Florida, December 7-9, 1994. Reprinted
by IEEE "

(from </fontfamily>Roman Winkler<fontfamily><param>Geneva</param>)


</fontfamily>" ... there is a small company in Magdeburg Germany (ICS)
where we have a

cooperation. There fuzzy classification methods were used as a basis
for speech


<fontfamily><param>Geneva</param>(from </fontfamily>Gerhard


"I have several papers on "speaker" recognition, the most recent of
which may be

of interest to you:

"Text Independent Speaker Recognition using a fuzzy hypercube
classifier", in

EUFIT '97 Proceedings, Aachen Ge, Vol 3, pp 1883-1887.

Other of my papers can be found in the Reference list of this paper."

(from J. Karakowski)