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ERROR [+5013] ReadString: String too long
User: nerr
Date: 8/10/2011 1:44 pm
Views: 5633
Rating: 16

Hi,

I use TIMIT database and "beep-1.0" dictionary. However when I use the following command:

HDMan -A -D -T 1 -m -w wlist -n monophones1 -i -l dlog dict ../lexicon/voxforge_lexicon

I get this error:
Output dictionary dict opened
Source dictionary lexicon/voxforge_lexicon opened
ERROR [+5013]  ReadString: String too long

In spite of all these modifications in beep dictionary as follows:

I replaced all tabs with single space;
I Put a '\' before every double quote (");
I Put a '\' before any dictionary entry beginning with single quote (')

I still have the same error message.

What could be the problem?

Thank you in advance;

Regards.

Re: ERROR [+5013] ReadString: String too long
User: kmaclean
Date: 9/6/2011 10:44 pm
Views: 264
Rating: 13

> "beep-1.0" dictionary.

From the Julius 3.2. manual:

4. Word dictionary files (-v)
Julius's word dictionary format is very similar to HTK's format. The difference is that the second field (Output Symbol) is not optional.

Format

  • Field one (word name)

It is necessary to use the same Japanese encoding system in the dictionary file and the word N-gram
language files so the appropriate entries can be matched.
Words that do not have N-gram entries are matched to the <UNK> N-gram. That N-gram probability
will be that of the total corrected probabilities of all non-N-gram words.

  • Field two (Output symbol)

This is sent to the output queue as a recognition result. The value must be surrounded with brackets
[ ]. If the symbol is [] then nothing will be outputted.

  • Field three (HMM phoneme sequence)

The HMM phoneme sequence is described using monophones. (When using triphones HMM's
intraword context dependencies are automatically created when loading the dictionary)

[Example]
(It is not necessary for words to be sorted alphabetically.)
ABANDONMENT [ABANDONMENT] xb@ndInmInt
ABBAS [ABBAS] @bxs
ABBAS [ABBAS] @bxz
ABBEY [ABBEY] @bi
ABBOTT [ABBOTT] @bxt
ABBOUND [ABBOUND] xbud
ABIDE [ABIDE] xbYd
ABILITIES [ABILITIES] xbIlItiz
ABILITY [ABILITY] xbIlIti
ABLAZE [ABLAZE] xblez

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