Mandarin to Lanzhou dialect conversion based on Five Degree Tone Model

@article{Yang2010MandarinTL,
  title={Mandarin to Lanzhou dialect conversion based on Five Degree Tone Model},
  author={Hong-wu Yang and Wei-Tong Guo and Dong Pei and Qing-Qing Liang},
  journal={2010 7th International Symposium on Chinese Spoken Language Processing},
  year={2010},
  pages={387-391}
}
Dialect conversion is one of the most important aspects of Chinese speech synthesis. A Lanzhou dialect corpus has been built based on “word-list in dialectal survey” for the conversion of Lanzhou dialect from Mandarin. Speech corpus was recorded with contrastive (Lanzhou dialect vs. Mandarin) recordings. Five Degrees Tone Model based ƒ0 models and statistical based duration and pause duration model were built for Lanzhou Dialect by analyzing the differences of pitch, duration and pause duration… CONTINUE READING

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