Syllable-Based Phonological Rules And Their Implications For Speech Recognition
Rules can be written which describe with fair accuracy the perceived syllabic structure of English. Once syllabic structure is established, many important phonological rules find natural expression in terms or this structure. In particular, phonemes tend to be modified under the influence or conditions that exist within the syllable in which they reside or when they play a particular role within their syllable. These observations provide support for the syllable-based approach to speech recognition, but the explicit rules that arise from syllabic phonology are applicable to phoneme-based recognition as well.
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