I am interested in purchasing a book that gives a good introduction to
A book that provides a lot of source code and intelligible descriptions of
what it does.
It doesn't have to be simple, but thorough.
Grant Edwards grante Yow! UH-OH!! We're out
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Ok, Moshe Bar book is slightly outdated, depending
on what you want to learn. Understanding the Linux
kernel is not bad, but may be too technical for newbies.
LDD is good, but I would wait for the 2.5/2.6 version.
Linux Kernel Programming talks more about the algos
and theories used in the kernel. May be good if you are
doing OS module in school. I am eagerly waiting for the
new book by Robert, which I heard from him, would
be interesting. At least for my research topic.
Hope that helps.
> >I am interested in purchasing a book that gives a good introduction to
> >A book that provides a lot of source code and intelligible descriptions of
> >what it does.
> >It doesn't have to be simple, but thorough.
> Linux kernel?
> Linux programming?
> If so, what type of programming?
> Heck, what language?
> Linux administration?
> Alex Pavloff - remove BLAH to email
> Software Engineer, Eason Technology
Quote:> I am interested in purchasing a book that gives a good introduction to
> A book that provides a lot of source code and intelligible descriptions of
> what it does.
> It doesn't have to be simple, but thorough.
This is to inform that we have written a book
on Automatic Speech recognition (ASR)
("Speech recognition: Theory and C++ implementation, John Wiley & Sons")
In this book we explain the theory and the implementation of a
multi-speaker continuous speech recognition system.
We also supply in the included CD the full C++ source code (Linux
compilable) of the
experimental HMM based
multi-speaker continuous ASR RES with all the modules
(Initialization, Training, Recognition, Evaluation, Segnmentation)
Further information are available at:
Lucio Prina Ricotti
Speech Communication Group
Fondazione Ugo Bordoni
via B. Castiglione, 59
00142 - Roma
tel. +39 06 54803358
fax +39 06 54804405