Phoneme-based word recognition by neural network-a step toward large vocabulary recognition

@inproceedings{Hirai1990PhonemebasedWR,
  title={Phoneme-based word recognition by neural network-a step toward large vocabulary recognition},
  author={A. Hirai and A. Waibel},
  booktitle={IJCNN},
  year={1990}
}
In this paper we present a neural network based word recognition system extendable to large vocabulary isolated word recognition. The system consists of (1) time-delay neural networks (TDNNs) for phoneme spotting, and (2) a higher level network and a DP-time alignment procedure for word recognition. TDNN-based phoneme spotting networks are used whose role is to fire when a particular phoneme is input. A higher level network then improves these phoneme firing patterns in view of an idealized… CONTINUE READING

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