Details

Title

Conditional Random Fields Applied to Arabic Orthographic-Phonetic Transcription

Journal title

Archives of Acoustics

Yearbook

2021

Volume

vol. 46

Issue

No 2

Affiliation

Cherifi, El-Hadi : Department of Electronics, Signal and Communications Laboratory, National Polytechnic School, El-Harrach 16200, Algiers, Algeria ; Guerti, Mhania : Department of Electronics, Signal and Communications Laboratory, National Polytechnic School, El-Harrach 16200, Algiers, Algeria

Authors

Keywords

Orthographic-To-Phonetic Transcription ; Conditional Random Fields ; text-to-speech ; Arabic speech synthesis ; Modern Standard Arabic

Divisions of PAS

Nauki Techniczne

Coverage

237-247

Publisher

Committee on Acoustics PAS, PAS Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Acoustical Society

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Date

2021.06.17

Type

Article

Identifier

DOI: 10.24425/aoa.2021.136574

Source

Archives of Acoustics; 2021; vol. 46; No 2; 237-247
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