Constructed model for micro-content recognition in lip reading based deep learning

Nada Hussain Ali, Matheel Emad Abdulmunem, Akbas Ezaldeen Ali


Communication between human beings has several ways, one of the most known and used is speech, both visual and acoustic perceptions sensory are involved, because of that, the speech is considered as a multi-sensory process. Micro contents are a small pieces of information that can be used to boost the learning process. Deep learning is an approach that dives into deep texture layers to learn fine grained details. The convolution neural network (CNN) is a deep learning technique that can be employed as a complementary model with micro learning to hold micro contents to achieve special process. In This paper a proposed model for lip reading system is presented with proposed video dataset. The proposed model receives micro contents (the English alphabet) in video as input and recognize them, the role of CNN deep learning is clearly appeared to perform two tasks, the first one is feature extraction and the second one is the recognition process. The implementation results show an efficient accuracy recognition rate for various video dataset that contains variety lip reader for many persons with age range from 11 to 63 years old, the proposed model gives high recognition rate reach to 98%.


CNN; Deep learning; Lip reading; Micro-contents

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