Joint-sequence models for grapheme-to-phoneme conversion Published on May 1, in Speech Communication 1. Maximilian Bisani 8 Estimated H-index: 8. Estimated H-index: Find in Lib.
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Published in Speech Commun. Maximilian Bisani , Hermann Ney. Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Grapheme-to-phoneme conversion is the task of finding the pronunciation of a word given its written form.
It has important applications in text-to-speech and speech recognition. Joint-sequence models are a simple and theoretically stringent probabilistic framework that is applicable to this problem. This article provides a self-contained and detailed description of this method.
We present a novel estimation algorithm and demonstrate high accuracy on a variety of databases. View via Publisher. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed. Share This Paper.
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Incorporating syllabification points into a model of grapheme-to-phoneme conversion
We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. A model to convert a grapheme into a phoneme G2P is crucial in the natural language processing area. In general, it is developed using a probabilistic-based data-driven approach and directly applied to a sequence of graphemes with no other information. Important research shows that incorporating information of syllabification point is capable of improving a probabilistic-based English G2P. However, the information should be accurately provided by a perfect orthographic syllabification. Some noises or errors of syllabification significantly reduce the G2P performance.
Joint-sequence models for grapheme-to-phoneme conversion