Phoneme recognizer based on long temporal context
language identification, indexing and search of audio records, keyword spotting
The phoneme recognizer was developed at Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Information Technology and was successfully applied to tasks including language identification , indexing and search of audio records, and keyword spotting . The main purpose of this distribution is research. Outputs from this phoneme recognizer can be used as a baseline for subsequent processing, as for example phonotactic language modeling.
Source codes and binaries can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. Model files (directories PHN_CZ_SPDAT_LCRC_N1500, PHN_HU_SPDAT_LCRC_N1500, PHN_RU_SPDAT_LCRC_N1500, PHN_EN_TIMIT_LCRC_N500) can be used for research and educational purposes only. For any other use, please contact Jan Cernocky.
New trends in research and application of voice technology (GA102/05/0278)
Voice technologies for support of information society (GA102/02/0124)