Using mutual information to design feature combinations

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Combination of different feature streams is a well-established method for improving speech recognition performance. This empirical success, however, poses theoretical problems when trying to design combination systems: is it possible to predict which feature streams will combine most advantageously, and which of the many possible combination strategies will… (More)

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@inproceedings{Ellis2000UsingMI, title={Using mutual information to design feature combinations}, author={Daniel P. W. Ellis and Jeff A. Bilmes}, booktitle={INTERSPEECH}, year={2000} }