Context dependent modelling of phones in continuous speech using decision trees (1991)

by L. R. Bahl , P. V. De Souza , P. S. Gopalakrishnan , D. Nahamoo , M. A. Picheny
Venue:In Proceedings DARPA Speech and Natural Language Processing Workshop
Citations:27 - 1 self

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