Signal Processing & Speech Technology in VoIP Communication
A Collection of Resources on VoIP & Speech in Tech
General Information on Speech Technology
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP): The Dynamics of Technology and Regulation: An abstract paper covering the dynamics of speech technology in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and its issues with current regulations governing traditional systems.
How VoIP Works: HowStuffWorks provides a basic introduction on how Voice over Internet Protocol works.
VoIP FAQs: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) provides answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology.
The 1974 Origins of VoIP (PDF): An extensive document that provides information on the history of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technologies.
Lesson 2: Voice over IP (VoIP) Technologies (PDF): A lesson plan that covers the fundamentals of voice, telephony, and the technologies involved with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technologies.
Signal Processing for Speech
Speech Signal Processing and Voice Recognition for Voice-Over-IP (PDF): The Texas Tech University Department of Research and Commercialization describes the dynamics of speech signal processing for Voice over Internet Protocol technologies.
“Riding the VoIP Wave”: An article that describes the background, characteristics and advantages of VoIP technology, including the dynamics of signal processing.
Analysis of VoIP Signal Processing for Performance Enhancement (PDF): An abstract paper analyzing VoIP signal processing to enhance performance.
Signal Processing Technologies in Voice over IP Applications (PDF): An abstract paper that describes some of the signal processing technologies involved in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications.
VoIP: An In-Depth Analysis (PDF): An in-depth analysis of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technologies, the intricate signal processing involved in these applications.
Speech Coding and Compression
Digital Speech Coding (PDF): A slide show describing the main points of digital speech coding in VoIP technologies.
Speech Coding Challenges in VoIP Applications (PDF): An abstract paper addressing the challenges of speech coding in VoIP application, and potential solutions to resolve them.
Speex: Speech Compression for Everyone (PDF): A document introduces an audio compression codec used in VoIP applications.
Speech Coding and Compression (PDF): An introduction to digital speech coding and compression, especially used in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technologies.
Natural Language Processing
Natural Language Processing for the Working Programmer: A webpage that introduces natural language processing for the working programmer.
Natural Language Processing (PDF): An extensive introduction to natural language processing based on a set of theories and technologies.
Language Identification of Encrypted VoIP Traffic (PDF): An abstract paper that addresses challenges with language identification over encrypted VoIP connections. It also addresses how natural language processing could help in resolving these problems.
Natural Language Processing (NLP): An Introduction: An abstract article providing an overview of natural language processing and system design, especially in regards to VoIP applications and related networks.
PC World: Speech Recognition Through the Decades: How We Ended Up With Siri: An article that traces the evolution of speech recognition and how it has developed sophisticated voice recognition applications, such as Siri and other applications used in modern VoIP devices.
Where Speech Recognition Is Going: MIT Technology Review explains the trending voice-controlled interfaces found on mobile phones, TVs, and automobiles. It also addresses future developments and forecasts the emerging future of VoIP networks in a technological society.
Voice Recognition: An educational webpage providing basic information on voice recognition and its applications.
Recognizing Voice Over IP and Speech Recognition (PDF): An abstract paper that describes how speech recognition works with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications.
Tactical Voice Interaction Services for Dismounted Soldiers (PDF): An extensive document that explains how speech recognition can help dismounted soldiers who use VoIP networks.
Feature Extraction of Voice Recognition: An abstract paper that examines the feature extraction of voice recognition over VoIP networks.