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LARGE VOCABULARY CONTINUOUS SPEECH RECOGNITION: A REVIEW
This paper discusses the principles and architecture of current LVR systems and identifies the key issues affecting their future deployment. To illustrate the various points raised, the Cambridge University HTK system will be described. This is a modern design giving state-of-the-art performance and it is typical of the current generation of recognition systems. The topics covered include feature extraction, acoustic modelling, language modelling and decoding.
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