A Comparison of Four Candidate Algorithms in the context of High Quality Text-To-Speech Synthesis

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In this paper, we investigate the use of four candidate speech models in the context of High Quality Text-To-Speech systems (HQ-TTS), address problems typically encountered by their prosody matching and segment concatenation modules, and compare their performances regarding : the segment database compression ratio they allow, the computational load of the… (More)

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