I know of the following books.

Schroeder's book Computer Speech Spoken Language Processing by Huang Spoken Language Processing by Mariani Jurasky and Martin's book

The trouble is I don't really know which is good. I also don't know which cover speech processing specifically versus a more broad overview of NLP. Is there a book I am missing?

asked Oct 13 '10 at 17:44

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Jurafsky and Martin is a broad overview of NLP, and doesn't go as deep as you might want in speech. I'm not familiar with the others.

(Oct 13 '10 at 18:12) Alexandre Passos ♦

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Statistical methods on Speech recognition by late Fredrick Jelenick is a great book. Heavy on Maths.

answered Oct 13 '10 at 20:25

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