Pmtools: A pronunciation modeling toolkit

@inproceedings{Sproat2001PmtoolsAP,
  title={Pmtools: A pronunciation modeling toolkit},
  author={Richard Sproat},
  booktitle={SSW},
  year={2001}
}
This paper reports on a pronunciation modeling toolkit — pmtools— that allows one to train a weighted finite-state transducer using a Classification and Regression Tree (CART) training paradigm. Tools are provided to automatically align a pronunciation dictionary consisting of a set of words and their pronunciations, train a set of CART trees on the aligned dictionary, and compile those trees out into a special class of weighted finitestate transducer. Most of the complexity — aligning the data… CONTINUE READING

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