Comparison Of Part-Of-Speech And Automatically Derived Category-Based Language Models For Speech Recognition (1998)

by T.R. Niesler , E. W. D. Whittaker , P.C. Woodland
Venue:Proc. ICASSP’98
Citations:30 - 8 self

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13 Category-Based Statistical Language Models – Thomas Niesler - 1997
Statistical Parsing and Language Modeling Based on . . . – Wen Wang - 2003
7 Adaptation of Statistical Language Models for Automatic Speech Recognition – Philip R. Clarkson - 1999
1 Log-Linear Interpolation of Language Models – Alexander Gutkin - 2000
CSE 256 (Spring 2004) – Language Models For, Dustin Boswell
CSE 254 (Spring 2003) – Growing Gram Trees, Dustin Boswell
14 Modelling Word-Pair Relations In A Category-Based Language Model – T.R. Niesler, P.C. Woodland - 1997
87 A Bit of Progress in Language Modeling – Joshua T. Goodman - 2001
8 Finding Consensus in Speech Recognition – Lidia Luminita Mangu - 2000
8 Exploring Asymmetric Clustering for Statistical Language Modeling – Jianfeng Gao, Joshua Goodman, Guihong Cao, Hang Li - 2002
147 Two decades of statistical language modeling: Where do we go from here – Ronald Rosenfeld - 2000
43 A bit of progress in language modeling — extended version – Joshua T. Goodman - 2001
Forum Technology – J. P. Ueberla, I. R. Gransden - 1996
4 Word-to-Category Backoff Language Models – T.R. Niesler, P.C. Woodland - 1996
2 Comparative Evaluation of Word- and Category-Based Language Models – T.R. Niesler, P.C. Woodland - 1996
10 Combination Of Word-Based And Category-Based Language Models – T. R. Niesler, P. C. Woodland - 1996
7 Augmenting words with linguistic information for n-gram language models – Lucian Galescu, Eric K. Ringger - 1999
Curriculum Vitae – Peter Anthony Heeman - 1997
13 POS Tagging versus Classes in Language Modeling – Peter Heeman - 1998