Beaglebone Black and Speech Recognition
This is just a silly attempt to provide some online documentation for my undergraduation term paper (mostly from 2015) which used a client-server model to control a TV set via speech commands. The client module runs over an Android smartphone and the server uses Julius as backend over a Beaglebone Black board running a Debian-based Linux. There is nothing properly documented in English so I recommend you to follow another one of my projects called ASR Remote. The Android source code can be found in this link too.
- “ Uma Proposta de Sistema de Controle Remoto Universal com Suporte a Reconhecimento e Síntese de Voz”: this is my undergrad thesis, but it unfortunatelly is written in Brazilian Portuguese. Most of the code, on the other hand, is scattered across many of my GitHub repos.
- “ Uso de Reconhecedor e Sintetizador de Voz Embarcados para Controle de Equipamentos Eletrônicos via Luz Infravermelha”: this is the main documentation written for the project “as it is” during my undergrad, also written in Brazilian Portuguese. It comes with a presentation PDF as well.
- https://github.com/cassiobatista/Beagle-Beagle. Here you may find the ASR server built over Julius decoder.