On generating combilex pronunciations via morphological analysis

@inproceedings{Richmond2010OnGC,
  title={On generating combilex pronunciations via morphological analysis},
  author={Korin Richmond and Robert A. J. Clark and Susan Fitt},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2010}
}
Combilex is a high quality lexicon that has been developed specifically for speech technology purposes and recently released by CSTR. Combilex benefits from many advanced features. This paper explores one of these: the ability to generate fully-specified transcriptions for morphologically derived words automatically. This functionality was originally implemented to encode the pronunciations of derived words in terms of their constituent morphemes, thus accelerating lexicon development and… CONTINUE READING

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