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Dynamic Bayesian Networks for multi-band automatic speech recognition


This paper presents a new approach to multi-band automatic speech recognition which has the advantage to overcome many limitations of classical muti-band systems. The principle of this new approach is to build a speech model in the time-frequency domain using the formalism of dynamic Bayesian networks. In contrast to classical multi-band modeling, this formalism leads to a probabilistic speech model which allows communications between the different sub-bands and, consequently, no recombination step is required in recognition. We develop efficient learning and decoding algorithms both for isolated and continuous speech recognition. We present illustrative experiments on isolated and connected digit recognition tasks. These experiments show that the this new approach is very promising in the field of noisy speech recognition.
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Khalid Daoudi, Dominique Fohr, Christophe Antoine. Dynamic Bayesian Networks for multi-band automatic speech recognition. Computer Speech and Language, 2003, 17 (2-3), pp.263-285. ⟨10.1016/S0885-2308(03)00011-1⟩. ⟨inria-00099530⟩
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