IJSRP, Volume 2, Issue 12, December 2012 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Umeaz Kheradia, Abha Kondwilkar
In the nascent stage of developing a personalised interpreter, we develop a prototype which uses a speech processing hardware and online translators to provide the user with real time translation. Speech processing hardware works on the principle of ‘compare and forward’, i.e., a database is already stored in the unit which is used for comparing with the input speech and the result is forwarded for further processing. The need arises from the inability of dictionaries and human translators to suit our needs for better communication. In this situation the prototype proposed will suffice the purpose reasonably well and minimise the communication inefficiencies.