Duration modeling of Indian languages Hindi and Telugu

  title={Duration modeling of Indian languages Hindi and Telugu},
  author={Nemala Sridhar Krishna and Hema A. Murthy},
This paper reports a preliminary attempt on data-driven modeling of segmental (phoneme) duration for two Indian languages Hindi and Telugu. Classification and Regression Tree (CART) based data-driven duration modeling for segmental duration prediction is presented. A number of features are proposed and their usefulness and relative contribution in segmental duration prediction is assessed. Objective evaluation of the duration models, by root mean squared prediction error (RMSE) and correlation… CONTINUE READING
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