Connectionist language modeling for large vocabulary continuous speech recognition

@article{Schwenk2002ConnectionistLM,
  title={Connectionist language modeling for large vocabulary continuous speech recognition},
  author={Holger Schwenk and Jean-Luc Gauvain},
  journal={2002 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={I-765-I-768}
}
This paper describes ongoing work on a new approach for language modeling for large vocabulary continuous speech recognition. Almost all state.. o. f-the-art systems use statistical n-gram language models estimated on text corpora. One principle problem with such language models is the fact that many of the n-grams are never observed even in very large training corpora, and therefore it is common to back-off to a lower-order model. In this paper we propose to address this problem by carrying… CONTINUE READING

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