About this book series

SpringerBriefs present concise summaries of cutting-edge research and practical applications across a wide spectrum of fields. Featuring compact volumes of 50 to 125 pages, the series covers a range of content from professional to academic. Typical topics might include:

  • A timely report of state-of-the-art analytical techniques
  • A bridge between new research results, as published in journal articles, and a contextual literature review
  • A snapshot of a hot or emerging topic
  • An in-depth case study or clinical example
  • A presentation of core concepts that students must understand in order to make independent contributions
Briefs are characterized by fast, global electronic dissemination, standard publishing contracts, standardized manuscript preparation and formatting guidelines, and expedited production schedules.

The goal of the SpringerBriefs in Speech Technology series is to serve as an important reference guide for speech developers, system designers, speech engineers and other professionals in academia, government and the private sector. To accomplish this task, the series will showcase the latest findings in speech technology, ranging from a comparative analysis of contemporary methods of speech parameterization to recent advances in commercial deployment of spoken dialog systems.

** Indexing: books in this series are indexed in Scopus and Ei-Compendex **

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  • Amy Neustein

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  1. EI Compendex