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kdilawar284

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i am new here i want voice recognition software in matlab this is my project i am cofused now and i also don't know how to post my question here kindly some one can guide me
thanks a lot.
 

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Considering the +600 views and 0 replies your post got - I'll try to help you.

Please follow these steps:

1. In your native language - think about what EXACTLY you want to ask.
2. Make sure your question is VERY CLEAR and VERY SPECIFIC.
3. Iterate between steps 1 & 2 until your thoughts are refined.
4. Slowly move from your native language to English - carefully formulating your question in proper English.

An example of bad question:
"Me woant help in Mathematics of digital dsp prosssesinng and free matlab software or skript too. Is my homework and VERY VERY URGENT. If you no help I will be executed"
An example of a good question:
"What is the speed of sound in kryptonite?"
Hope this helps and
Salam to you too...
 

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Please follow these steps:

1. In your native language - think about what EXACTLY you want to ask.
2. Make sure your question is VERY CLEAR and VERY SPECIFIC.
3. Iterate between steps 1 & 2 until your thoughts are refined.
4. Slowly move from your native language to English - carefully formulating your question in proper English.
Option 4b.

If your native language is available on https://translate.google.com/?oe=utf-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=en&client=tw-ob#auto/en/
You might be able to convert a large portion of the text and just have to fix some of the technical jargon. :)
 

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