Using child directed speech to bootstrap a model based speech segmentation and recognition system

Brandl H, Joublin F (2008) .

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Brandl, Holger; Joublin, Frank
Abstract / Bemerkung
he present invention relates to a technique which exploits the properties of child directed speech to learn the acoustical structure of speech using distinct models for each unit of speech. The resulting acoustic model may e.g. be used for speech segmentation, syllable detection or speech recognition in multi-modal systems. Inherent to the invention proposed here is a system which is able to recognize and learn the structure of speech, which can find application in automatic speech recognition systems and synthetic speech synthesizing systems.
Stichworte
emergence; speech acquisition
Erscheinungsjahr
2008
Int. Patentnummer
DE 60 2006 010 395.6
Internationale Patent
Klassifikation
G10L 15/14
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2607082

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Brandl H, Joublin F. Using child directed speech to bootstrap a model based speech segmentation and recognition system. 2008.
Brandl, H., & Joublin, F. (2008). Using child directed speech to bootstrap a model based speech segmentation and recognition system
Brandl, H., and Joublin, F. (2008). Using child directed speech to bootstrap a model based speech segmentation and recognition system.
Brandl, H., & Joublin, F., 2008. Using child directed speech to bootstrap a model based speech segmentation and recognition system.
H. Brandl and F. Joublin, “Using child directed speech to bootstrap a model based speech segmentation and recognition system”, 2008.
Brandl, H., Joublin, F.: Using child directed speech to bootstrap a model based speech segmentation and recognition system. (2008).
Brandl, Holger, and Joublin, Frank. “Using child directed speech to bootstrap a model based speech segmentation and recognition system”. (2008).

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