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Julian: A Open Source Grammar Based Speech Recognition Library

Submitted on 02/24/12, 11:13 AM | Click Here for the full article: Achu's TechBlog

Julian: A Open Source Grammar Based Speech Recognition Library

Achu Wilson is building a personal robot called Chippu. Using Julian, a special version of Julius Speech Recognition Library, he was able to recognize and execute voice commands. He details the process of getting the library working with ROS in his blog post here.

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