Can syllabification improve pronunciation by analogy of English ?

@inproceedings{YANNICKMARCH2007CanSI,
  title={Can syllabification improve pronunciation by analogy of English ?},
  author={A YANNICKMARCH},
  year={2007}
}
  • Y A N N I C K M A R C H A
  • Published 2007
In spite of difficulty in defining the syllable unequivocally, and controversy over its role in theories of spoken and written language processing, the syllable is a potentially useful unit in several practical tasks which arise in computational linguistics and speech technology. For instance, syllable structure might embody valuable information for building word models in automatic speech recognition, and concatenative speech synthesis might use syllables or demisyllables as basic units. In… CONTINUE READING
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