veD OF Daevnaagiri: Daevnaagiri SCRIPT IS THE LANGUAGE OF Daevtaao (GODS).....MEANS IT HAS TO HAVE SCIENCE BASED CREATION LOGIC....
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on August 26, 2004

PHONETICS SYSTEM OF Daevnaagiri SCRIPT
OF sNskRUt LANGUAGE
TO BE USED FOR
COMPUTERIZED AUTOMATIC
SPEECH RECOGNITION
&
SPEECH TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS

It has been found numerous times in the study and sharing of veD which is the sNskRUt word for SCIENCES OF LIFE AND CREATION that all creations in this universe has a meaning and purpose....and a scientific design to achieve that meaning and purpose....and the meaning and purpose is the primary iCH`CHaa of creator bRH`m to be many and do many things for the many.....

Now the current humanity is trying to confirm the above through what we call scientific research....And now there is a research taking place in understanidng the mother of all languages which is sNskRUt....which is also indicated in veD as the language of Daevtaao (Gods and Goddesses) who are actually shktio (powers) of creator bRH`m...there are 330 million plus Daevtaao in creation....to do all functions that are required for creation , sustenance and decreation-recreation in this universe on an eternal and continual time cylce.....

The alphabets of sNskRUt language is called Daevnaagiri and the last person who really figured out basic science and grammar of sNskRUt language was pANiANi in around 500 BC. pANiANi's figuring out has helped to make us understand veD texts left for us in sNskRUt language....But there is so much in these veD texts in sNskRUt language that is claimed to be technical thoughts and concepts that is still beyond the understanding of current humanity's intelligence....and that means we need another pANiANi to continue deciphering the sNskRUt language. further and fully ...

(The preceding knowledge shared by SRii chmpklaal Daajibhaai misTRii of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Please click on the next line to learn about the continuing research in bhaart (India) on the Daevnaagiri script of sNskRUt language....for use in  modern computerized acoustic analysis of speech to develop automatic and computerized speech recognition systems and speech transmission system.


`Panini's arrangement of
Devanagiri letters UNIQUE'
From THE HINDU: By Staff Correspondent Mysore, August, 19, 2004.

Recalling sage Panini's 2,000-year-old contribution to acoustics, the former Vice-Chancellor of Hyderabad University, B.S. Ramakrishna, on Thursday said the sage's well-researched arrangement of the alphabet of Devanagiri script was a unique effort.

Inaugurating a national workshop on "Acoustic analysis of speech'' here, Prof. Ramakrishna said the scientific arrangement of alphabets of Devanagiri script was in accordance with the pronunciation of sounds. "This is not found in any other language in the world,'' Prof. Ramakrishna said.

Objective

Organised by the Department of Speech Language Sciences, All India Institute of Speech and Hearing (AIISH) and the Central Institute of Indian Languages, the workshop is aimed at training speech pathologists and linguists on the more recent techniques of acoustic analysis of speech.

The participants will be trained in the methods of acoustic analysis, which will be relevant to the acoustic theory of speech production.

Pioneer

Prof. Ramakrishna described Panini as the first researcher in the field of acoustics. Dwelling upon the connection between the eye and the ear, Prof. Ramakrishna gave examples to prove the "McGurk effect". He called upon young researchers to work on the "McGurk effect" and the "Cocktail party effect".

In his presidential address, the Director of All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore, M. Jayaram, said the primary responsibility of speech pathologists was to use information from acoustic analysis to correct speech impairment.

The results of acoustic analysis of speech had been used to develop automatic speech recognition systems and speech transmission system.

The analysis also had its use in the synthesis of speech and music. About 100 delegates from all parts of South India, Shillong, Assam, Chandigarh and Mumbai are participating in the workshop.

 



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