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Voice Recognition In Automobiles

International Journal of Computer Applications
© 2010 by IJCA Journal
Number 6 - Article 2
Year of Publication: 2010
Sarbjeet Singh
Sukhvinder Singh
Mandeep Kour
Sonia Manhas

Sarbjeet Singh, Sukhvinder Singh, Mandeep Kour and Sonia Manhas. Article:Voice Recognition In Automobiles. International Journal of Computer Applications 6(6):7–11, September 2010. Published By Foundation of Computer Science. BibTeX

	author = {Sarbjeet Singh and Sukhvinder Singh and Mandeep Kour and Sonia Manhas},
	title = {Article:Voice Recognition In Automobiles},
	journal = {International Journal of Computer Applications},
	year = {2010},
	volume = {6},
	number = {6},
	pages = {7--11},
	month = {September},
	note = {Published By Foundation of Computer Science}


To create a car controlled by voice of humans is a innovative concept. In this paper we use the concept of speech recognition algorithm and algorithms that will worn on for the command of the users. The switching concept is used initially, the remote is provided with the button , when that button is pressed after that the speech recognition process starts. Then after user will command for opening window , the speech recognition system will process accordingly and the respective window will open. Accordingly the other commands will be processed.


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