A dynamic, feature-based approach to the interface between phonology and phonetics for speech modeling and recognition

@article{Deng1998ADF,
  title={A dynamic, feature-based approach to the interface between phonology and phonetics for speech modeling and recognition},
  author={Li Deng},
  journal={Speech Communication},
  year={1998},
  volume={24},
  pages={299-323}
}
An overview of a statistical paradigm for speech recognition is given where phonetic and phonological knowledge sources, drawn from the current understanding of the global characteristics of human speech communication, are seamlessly integrated into the structure of a stochastic model of speech. A consistent statistical formalism is presented in which the submodels for the discrete, feature-based phonological process and the continuous, dynamic phonetic process in human speech production are… CONTINUE READING
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