Three methods of intonation modeling

@inproceedings{Syrdal1998ThreeMO,
  title={Three methods of intonation modeling},
  author={Ann K. Syrdal and Gregor M{\"o}hler and Kurt E. Dusterhoff and Alistair Conkie and Alan W. Black},
  booktitle={SSW},
  year={1998}
}
This paper compares di erent methods of generating intonation for an American English Text-to-Speech synthesis system. We look at a primarily rule-based approach and two data-driven approaches. For data-driven modeling we used two separate data sets, each representing a somewhat di erent prosodic style. One database was recordings of a portion of 1989 Wall Street Journal text from the Penn Treebank Project. The second database was recordings of interactive prompts used in telephone network… CONTINUE READING
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