Automatic segmentation combining an HMM-based approach and spectral boundary correction

@inproceedings{Kim2002AutomaticSC,
  title={Automatic segmentation combining an HMM-based approach and spectral boundary correction},
  author={Yeon-Jun Kim and Alistair Conkie},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2002}
}
Currently, AT&T Labs’ Natural Voices multilingual TTS system produces high-quality synthetic speech with a largescale speech corpus [1]. In the development of such systems, automatic segmentation constitutes a major component technology. The prevalent approach for automatic segmentation in speech synthesis is Hidden Markov Model (HMM) based. Even though an HMM-based approach is the most automatic and reliable, there are still several limitations, such as mismatches between hand-labeled… CONTINUE READING
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