Speech Technology and Text Mining in Medicine and Health Care
Ed. by Neustein, Amy
Aims and Scope
This series demonstrates how the latest advances in speech technology and text mining positively affect patient healthcare and, in a much broader sense, public health at large.
New developments in text mining methods have allowed health care providers to monitor a large population of patients at any time and from any location. Employing advanced summarization techniques, patient data can be readily extracted from extensive clinical documents in electronic health records and immediately made available to the physician. These same summarization techniques can also aid the healthcare provider in extracting from the large corpora of medical literature the relevant information for treating the patient.
The series topics include the design and acceptance of speech-enabled robots that assist in the operating room, studies of signal processing and acoustic modeling for speech and communication disorders, advanced statistical speech enhancement methods for creating synthetic voice, and technologies for addressing speech and language impairments.
Titles in the Series consist of both authored books and edited contributions. All authored books and contributed works are peer-reviewed. The Series is for speech scientists and speech engineers, machine learning experts, biomedical engineers, medical speech pathologists, linguists, and healthcare professionals.
- Radio Frequency/Microwave Technology in Medicine (2025)
- Voice Technologies for Reconstruction and Enhancement (2019) Ed. by Neustein, Amy / Patil, Hemant
- Computational Bioacoustics (2017)
- Signal and Acoustic Modeling for Speech and Communication Disorders (2018) Ed. by Patil, Hemant / Kulshreshtha, Manisha / Neustein, Amy
- Speech and Automata in Health Care (2014) Ed. by Neustein, Amy
- Speech and Language Technology for Language Disorders (2015)
- Text Mining of Web-Based Medical Content (2014) Ed. by Neustein, Amy