A Maximum Entropy Approach to Adaptive Statistical Language Modeling (1996)

by Ronald Rosenfeld
Venue:Computer, Speech and Language
Citations:242 - 11 self

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147 Two decades of statistical language modeling: Where do we go from here – Ronald Rosenfeld - 2000
5 Analyzing And Improving Statistical Language Models For Speech Recognition – Jörg Ueberla - 1994
7 Adaptation of Statistical Language Models for Automatic Speech Recognition – Philip R. Clarkson - 1999
13 Category-Based Statistical Language Models – Thomas Niesler - 1997
1 Log-Linear Interpolation of Language Models – Alexander Gutkin - 2000
27 On adaptive decision rules and decision parameter adaptation for automatic speech recognition – Chin-hui Lee, Qiang Huo - 2000
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Adaptive Statistical Language Modelling – Victor Zue, F. R. Morgenthaler, Raymond Lau, Raymond Lau - 1994
229 A Gaussian Prior for Smoothing Maximum Entropy Models – Stanley F. Chen, Ronald Rosenfeld - 1999
10 Statistical Source Channel Models for Natural Language Understanding – Mark E. Epstein, C Fl Mark E. Epstein - 1996
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40 Similarity-based approaches to natural language processing – Lillian Jane Lee - 1997
3 Detection and Transcription of OOV Words – Pablo Fetter, Pablo Fetter, Daimler-benz Ag, Daimler-benz Ag, Gehort Antragsabschnitt, Neue Worter - 1998
50 Survey of the state of the art in human language technology – Ronald A. Cole, In Chief, Joseph Mariani, Hans Uszkoreit, Annie Zaenen, Victor Zue, Giovanni Varile, Antonio Zampolli, Ron Cole, Victor Zue, Victor Zue, Ron Cole - 1997
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