Maximum likelihood multiple subspace projections for hidden Markov models

@article{Gales2002MaximumLM,
  title={Maximum likelihood multiple subspace projections for hidden Markov models},
  author={Mark J. F. Gales},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Speech and Audio Processing},
  year={2002},
  volume={10},
  pages={37-47}
}
The first stage in many pattern recognition tasks is to generate a good set of features from the observed data. Usually, only a single feature space is used. However, in some complex pattern recognition tasks the choice of a good feature space may vary depending on the signal content. An example is in speech recognition where phone dependent feature subspaces may be useful. Handling multiple subspaces while still maintaining meaningful likelihood comparisons between classes is a key issue. This… CONTINUE READING
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