Definition of Recognition Units Through Two Levels of Phonemic Description
In this paper a development system allowing the definition of different recognition unit sets is described. It takes into account acoustic. Phonetic and phonologic knowledges. Such a system can be easily used to transcribe large lexicon into recognition units, starting from the ortographic form of the words. In the following a detailed description of the formalism used is given, along with some experimental results obtained by our unit set.
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