Specifying intonation from context for speech synthesis

@article{Prevost1994SpecifyingIF,
  title={Specifying intonation from context for speech synthesis},
  author={Scott Prevost and Mark Steedman},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={1994},
  volume={abs/cmp-lg/9407015}
}
Abstract This paper presents a theory and a computational implementation for generating prosodically appropriate synthetic speech in response to database queries. Proper distinctions of contrast and emphasis are expressed in an intonation contour that is synthesized by rule under the control of a grammar, a discourse model and a knowledge base. The theory is based on Combinatory Categorial Grammar, a formalism which easily integrates the notions of syntactic constituency, semantics, prosodic… CONTINUE READING

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