Continuous space language models

@article{Schwenk2007ContinuousSL,
  title={Continuous space language models},
  author={Holger Schwenk},
  journal={Comput. Speech Lang.},
  year={2007},
  volume={21},
  pages={492-518}
}
  • Holger Schwenk
  • Published 2007
  • Computer Science
  • Comput. Speech Lang.
  • This paper describes the use of a neural network language model for large vocabulary continuous speech recognition. [...] Key Method It is also shown that this approach can be incorporated into a large vocabulary continuous speech recognizer using a lattice rescoring framework at a very low additional processing time. The neural network language model was thoroughly evaluated in a state-of-the-art large vocabulary continuous speech recognizer for several international benchmark tasks, in particular the Nist…Expand Abstract
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