Re: Sphinx (Mark Huckvale )

Subject: Re: Sphinx
From:    Mark Huckvale  <m.huckvale@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Tue, 13 Mar 2012 17:32:35 +0000

Dear Stefan I have Sphinx working with a British English dictionary (BEEP) and with models trained from British English speakers (WSJCAM0). If you have access to WSJCAM0 I can send training scripts. Best Mark On 13/03/2012 12:40, Stefan Bleeck wrote: > Hi all, > A group of students of mine are investigating how state of the art > automatic speech recognition systems cope with noisy speech compared > to hearing impaired listeners. They are planning to use Sphinx, > because it's use is well documented and it's open source. > Unfortunately it is a bugger to install. Does anyone has (or know of > someone who has) a running Sphinx version with a BRITISH English > dictionary? We are interested in getting a running program (Windows) > or to collaborate by sending a few hundred wave files over (prize: > your name on a poster). > Background: objective measures of speech intelligibility fail to > analyse contextual information. Hearing impaired people often obtain > higher scores then they should in speech tests. ASR use contextual > information. > > thanks, > Stefan > -- Mark Huckvale, Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences, University College London

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