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Diphone Databases for Lithuanian Text-to-Speech Synthesis

Diphone Databases for Lithuanian Text-to-Speech Synthesis,Informatica (lithuanian Academy of Sciences),Pijus Kasparaitis

Diphone Databases for Lithuanian Text-to-Speech Synthesis   (Citations: 2)
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One of the components of the text-to-speech synthesis system is the database of sounds. Two Lithuanian diphone databases in the MBROLA format are presented in this paper. The list of phonemes and the list of diphones necessary for Lithuanian text-to-speech synthesis are described. The problem of phoneme combinations that are not used in the Lithuanian language is dealt with in the work. Also, the article is concerned with transcribing a Lithuanian text.
Journal: Informatica (lithuanian Academy of Sciences) - INFORMATICALT , vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 193-202, 2005
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    • ...They can be freely downloaded (for non-commercial non-military use) from MBROLA project home page (http://tcts.fpms.ac.be/synthesis/mbrola/ mbrcopybin.html ). The principles of building of the database "lt2" are published in [9]...
    • ...The stressing algorithms are published in [6] and [7], the transcription algorithm was published in [8] and its modified version in [9]...
    • ...Some experience of voice operated informative telecom services was reported earlier [9]...

    Algimantas Rudzioniset al. Examples of Lithuanian voice dialogue applications

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