Combining word- and class-based language models: a comparative study in several languages using automatic and manual word-clustering techniques

@inproceedings{Maltese2001CombiningWA,
  title={Combining word- and class-based language models: a comparative study in several languages using automatic and manual word-clustering techniques},
  author={Giulio Maltese and P. Bravetti and H. Cr{\'e}py and B. J. Grainger and M. Herzog and Francisco Palou},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2001}
}
This paper compares various class-based language models when used in conjunction with a word-based trigram language model by means of linear interpolation. For class-based language models where classes are automatically derived we present a comparative analysis in five languages (French, British English, German, Italian, and Spanish). With regard to classes corresponding to parts-of-speech, we present results for three languages (British English, French, and Italian). For each language, we… CONTINUE READING
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