Loosely coupled HMMs for ASR

@inproceedings{Nock2000LooselyCH,
  title={Loosely coupled HMMs for ASR},
  author={Harriet J. Nock and Steve J. Young},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2000}
}
Hidden Markov Models (HMMs) have been successful for modelling the dynamics of carefully dictated speech, but their performance degrades severely when used to model conversational speech. This paper presents a preliminary feasibility study of an alternative class of models: loosely coupled HMMs. Since speech is produced by a system of loosely coupled articulators, stochastic models explicitly representing this parallelism may have advantages for automatic speech recognition (ASR), particularly… CONTINUE READING
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