Further Improvements to Pronunciation by Analogy

@inproceedings{Polyakova2008FurtherIT,
  title={Further Improvements to Pronunciation by Analogy},
  author={Tatyana Polyakova and Antonio Bonafonte},
  year={2008}
}
The synthesis quality is influenced by many important factors, among which the correctness of the grapheme-to-phoneme conversion is one of the crucial ones. The globalization phenomenon makes it impossible to have a dictionary with all of the existing words for each language. Automatic letter-tosound systems have been in the center of attention for the last decade. One of the most effective and promising methods resulted to be the so-called “pronunciation by analogy” method [8], based on the… CONTINUE READING

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