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This paper describes an approach to HMM-based Thai speech synthesis using stress context. It has been shown that context related to stressed/unstressed syllable information (stress context) significantly improves the tone correctness of the synthetic speech, but there is a problem of requiring a manual context labeling process in tone modeling. To reduce(More)
In Thai language, stress is an important prosodic feature that not only affects naturalness but also has a crucial role in meaning of phrase-level utterance. It is seen that a speech synthesis model that is trained with lack of stress and phrase-level information causes incorrect tones and ambiguity in meaning of synthetic speech. Our previous work has(More)
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