Software Bugs

C++ is possibly the most powerful tool the speech research community is not using today. For whatever reason, C++ is seriously underrepresented in the pool of today's speech toolkits. Here at ISIP, we are dedicated to filling this gaping hole in the speech research tool box by bringing you a powerful, state-of-the-art speech recognition toolkit written in C++. Furthermore, we understand that a C++ toolkit isn't useful without an understanding of the C++ language. Hence, we have created this tutorial to provide you with "just the juicy bits" of C++.

We hold a few C++ references in high esteem. One such book that we highly recommend is:

In this tutorial, we will point you to appropriate points in this text when a concept may need further explanation. It would be a good idea to have a copy of this book handy. Furthermore, for those of you migrating from C to C++, Appendix C is a great guide to making the switch to C++.