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Re: Convert Ralf's Vietnamese dictionary into Sphinx format
User: daiphampham
Date: 4/22/2014 6:06 am
Views: 97
Rating: 10

Hello,

I would like to attempt to create a model that supports the Vietnamese language.  I guess the part that I'm currently stuck at is that I don't know where to find a dictionary of all the phonemes used in the Vietnamese language and creating monophones file.

In the Greek language thread, I see that Ralf has created a variety of dictionaries but some are "untrainable."  Could Ralf or anyone else could elaborate on what that means?

Also, is there any particular MFCC setting that would improve performance for a tonal language?

Thanks for all the help!
-Bao

Re: Convert Ralf's Vietnamese dictionary into Sphinx format
User: daiphampham
Date: 4/22/2014 6:17 am
Views: 363
Rating: 9

Hello,

I would like to attempt to create a model that supports the Vietnamese language.  I guess the part that I'm currently stuck at is that I don't know where to find a dictionary of all the phonemes used in the Vietnamese language and creating monophones file.

In the Greek language thread, I see that Ralf has created a variety of dictionaries but some are "untrainable."  Could Ralf or anyone else could elaborate on what that means?

Also, is there any particular MFCC setting that would improve performance for a tonal language?

Thanks for all the help!
-Bao

Re: Convert Ralf's Vietnamese dictionary into Sphinx format
User: Visitor
Date: 11/19/2014 11:14 am
Views: 419
Rating: 4

Hello,

I would like to attempt to create a model that supports the Vietnamese language.  I guess the part that I'm currently stuck at is that I don't know where to find a dictionary of all the phonemes used in the Vietnamese language and creating monophones file.

In the Greek language thread, I see that Ralf has created a variety of dictionaries but some are "untrainable."  Could Ralf or anyone else could elaborate on what that means?

Also, is there any particular MFCC setting that would improve performance for a tonal language?

Thanks for all the help!
-Bao

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Re: (pseudo-)Arpabet should have 21 consonants for Hanoi pronunciation
User: hpsony94
Date: 1/21/2016 1:43 am
Views: 255
Rating: 0

I cannot access into your file that was posted in your comment

Re: Convert Ralf's Vietnamese dictionary into Sphinx format
User: Son Hoang
Date: 4/30/2017 11:49 pm
Views: 214
Rating: 1

Vietnamese Vowels are similar to English (A, E, I, O, U, Y).  Those accents are pitch (from 75hz to 350hz) .  Read those documents below.  It's very helpful for your research.

(in english)

http://www.de-han.org/vietnam/chuliau/lunsoat/sound/3.htm

http://vnlp.net/ti%E1%BA%BFng-vi%E1%BB%87t-c%C6%A1-b%E1%BA%A3n/h%E1%BB%87-th%E1%BB%91ng-am-v%E1%BB%8B/

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