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E. r = 2, then there are l = n iterations. Exactly one bit is reduced in each iteration since the least significant bit of the current Ci is made 0 by adding qiM. Finally n bits of C are reduced, and C u 2n mod M is generated at the end as Cn. Figure 2 illustrates the process for the case of n = 8. To show the reducing process more clearly, assume there is no wordlength growth on the partially reduced results Ci. However, this is impossible and the boundary of the growth will be calculated in next section.

3. : Audio visual speech recognition. : Multi-model sensory fusion with application to audio-visual speech recognition. : Articulatory phonology: An overview. Phonetica 49, 155–180 (1992) Research on Audio-Visual Asynchronous Correlation for Speaker Identification 4. 5. 6. 7. : Articulatory Feature-based methods for acoustic and audio-visual speech recognition. : DBN based multi-stream models for speech. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Acoustic, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Hong Kong, China, pp.

The glottis) may, at any given time, be dominated by gestures associated with different phones. 2 Articulatory Feature-Based Audio-Visual Model (AFAVM) Dynamic Bayesian networks are a class of Bayesian networks designed to model temporal processes as stochastic evolution of a set of random variables over time [5]. A DBN is a directed acyclic graph whose topology structure can be easily configured to describe various relations among variables. Tailored to our needs of speaker identification, we propose the AFAVM (articulatory feature-based audio-visual model) based on DBN as depicted in Fig.

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