Concatenating syllables for response generation in spoken language applications
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AbstractWe describe our approach in developing a speech synthesis technique for response generation in domain-specific spoken language applications. Our approach handles two Chinese dialects - Cantonese and Putonghua. We chose the foreign exchange domain, and worked with its constrained vocabulary and response expressions. The syllable is selected to be our basic unit for concatenation. Each unit label includes a two-digit appendix to encode the distinctive features of the left and right coarticulatory context. Our approach attempts to maximize intelligibility and naturalness of the generated responses within the application domain. Hence the synthesized outputs compare favorably with a domain-independent TD-PSOLA synthesizer.
All Author(s) ListFung Tien Ying, Meng Helen M.
Name of Conference2000 IEEE Interntional Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing
Start Date of Conference05/06/2000
End Date of Conference09/06/2000
Place of ConferenceIstanbul, Turkey
Country/Region of ConferenceTurkey
Volume Number2
Pages933 - 936
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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