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when executing the mkdfa.pl script, change the directory in yuor cygwin(for windows platform) to the directory where .grammar and .voca file is stored. Then run it. Hope, it works
Help with finding Pronunciation for .voca file
I am a newby at this so I apologize in advance if this is a stupid question.
- 2/7/2013 - 2 Replies
identification of Chines digiital
I want to do something to realise the identification of Chines digiital ,but I cannot find the beep file ,so how to do ? or could any one send me some material AT email@example.com, thank you
I got the same problem.
I got the same problem here...but anyway,thanxz for the help man.
- 7/2/2012 - 3 Replies
HTK 3.4.1 on Linux
- 3/25/2012 - 1 Replies
I have installed HTK 3.4.1 on Linux(Fedora). HTK Demo has been used to test the installation. It's working. But when i Start using HTK tool HSLab for recording speech data by writing command
when executing mkdfa.pl mysample
- 9/17/2011 - 2 Replies
When I run mkdfa.pl on the supplied sample files, I get the following. I'm on Windows XP and logged in as an administrator. The "test path" worked as instructed (except "julian" isn't there; it is "julius" in version 4). I tried dos2unix and unix2dos with no change in the behavior. I installed Julius 4.1.5 instead of 3.5.2.
Bug with mkdfa.pl
- 7/12/2011 - 1 Replies
I have made the sample.voca and sample.grammar files:
- 5/6/2011 - 1 Replies
i have the similar problem. My voca is:
problem converting to julian form
- 4/5/2011 - 5 Replies
sum to errors
There is an error that must solved:
bug with mkdfa.pl
- 7/23/2010 - 5 Replies
- 3/12/2010 - 6 Replies
'/mkfa' is not recognized
- 1/20/2010 - 1 Replies
E:\My work\ASR\julius\code\julius-3.5.2-quickstart-windows\bin>mkdfa.pl sample sample.grammar has 6 rules sample.voca has 6 categories and 23 words --- '/mkfa' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. --- no .dfa or .dict file generated
dfa_minimize not found
- 1/16/2010 - 3 Replies
tab and spaces with the Julian 'generate' tool (just for info)
As many of you already may know, given a .grammar and a .voca we can see some examples of utterances the system will be able to recognize, thanks to the generate tool.
- 11/13/2009 - 1 Replies
Can I use eSpeak to translate words into phonemes?
- 11/10/2009 - 5 Replies
i followed the steps but it says
check for unrecognized characters
check if there were unrecognized chatacters in files "sample.grammar" and "sample.voca" by type "vi *" uder linux.
for Lexical mistake
Windows: "rror: Lexical mistake "
- 6/10/2008 - 5 Replies
If you get this error when trying to compile your grammar and voca files: $ mkdfa.pl sample sample.grammar has 3 rules sample.voca has 6 categories and 18 words --- Now parsing grammar file "rror: Lexical mistake " --- no .dfa or .dict file generated use the Cygwin "dos2unix" command in the same directory as your grammar and voca files, for example: $ cd temp $ ls sample.grammar sample.voca $ dos2unix *.* sample.grammar: done. sample.term: done. sample.voca: done. $ mkdfa.pl sample sample.grammar has 3 rules sample.voca has 6 categories and 18 words --- Now parsing grammar file Now modifying grammar to minimize states[-1] Now parsing vocabulary file Now making nondeterministic finite automaton[6/6] Now making deterministic finite automaton[6/6] Now making triplet list[6/6] --- generated: sample.dfa sample.term sample.dict $ ls sample.dfa sample.dict sample.grammar sample.term sample.voca Ken
How do I know to use which phone to form a word
- 4/16/2008 - 3 Replies
hi, I got the problem about phones.In the first step , I shoud use some phonemes to buildup a word,but how do I know which i shoud use and how to use this phonemes. thanx~
Compiling your Grammar
- 10/20/2007 - 11 Replies
Hi, I have not been able to get the expected result after compilation of the grammer file.I do not know what the problem is as I followed the steps carefully. It gives this: sample.grammar has 3 rules
Chong Tze Yuang
- 9/26/2007 - 1 Replies
The content of sample.grammar is not included in the tutorial of Step 1 Task Grammar.
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