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AUTHOR(S):

Luka Kraljevic, Mladen Russo, Maja Stella

 

TITLE

Voice Command Module for Smart Home Automation

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ABSTRACT

Voice control is the most prominent feature of smart home environment. In this paper, we proposed a voice command module that enables users hands-free interaction with the smart home environment. We presented three components required for simple and efficient control of the smart home devices. Wake up word component allows actual voice command processing. Speech recognition component maps spoken voice commands to text and Voice Control Interface parse that text into appropriate JSON format for home automation. We evaluate the possibility of using the voice control module in a smart home environment by separately analyzing each component of the module.

KEYWORDS

Smart Home, Speech Recognition, Voice control, Wake-up Word, Commands Parsing

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Cite this paper

Luka Kraljevic, Mladen Russo, Maja Stella. (2018) Voice Command Module for Smart Home Automation. International Journal of Signal Processing, 3, 33-37

 

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