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Title: Speech recognition in the articulatory domain: investigating an alternative to acoustic HMMs
Authors: Frankel, Joe
King, Simon
Issue Date: 2001
Citation: In Proc. Workshop on Innovations in Speech Processing, April 2001.
Abstract: We describe a speech recognition system which uses a combination of acoustic and articulatory features as input. Linear dynamic models capture the trajectories which characterize each segment type. We describe classification and recognition tasks for systems based on acoustic data in conjunction with both real and automatically recovered articulatory parameters.
Keywords: speech recognition
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1842/1142
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