A Mixed-lingual Phonological Component in Polyglot TTS Synthesis

author: Harald Romsdorfer, Institute for Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: June 2004,   views: 3683


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Polyglot text-to-speech synthesis, i.e. the synthesis of sentences containing one or more inclusions from other languages, primarily depends on an accurate morpho-syntactic analyzer for such mixed-lingual texts. From the output of this analyzer, a mixed-lingual phonological component can derive a correct pronunciation by application of language-specific phonological transformation rules that are restricted by syntactic, graphemic and phonological context constraints

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