[erlang-questions] Erlang for Speech Recognition

Ivan Uemlianin <>
Sun Jun 19 16:58:54 CEST 2011


Dear Kenji

Thanks for the tip-off.  Husky looks interesting.

My Japanese is not what it should be, but it looks like Husky uses HMMs 
produced by ATT and HTK, is that right?

http://www.furui.cs.titech.ac.jp/~shinot/husky/runhusky.html 
<http://www.furui.cs.titech.ac.jp/%7Eshinot/husky/runhusky.html>

Where it says:

?????????HMM???? ????????????????????????????????HTK?ATT?????????????????.

But whatever part Husky does, it'll be very interesting to see how it's 
done in Haskell.  I'll check out Takahiro Shinozaki's papers and see 
what he's written about Husky.

Best wishes

Ivan


On 19/06/11 13:22, Kenji Rikitake wrote:
> Takahiro Shinozaki has published a Haskell speech recognition program
> called Husky.
> http://www.furui.cs.titech.ac.jp/~shinot/husky/husky.hs
>
> FYI.
> Kenji Rikitake
> Note: I know very very little about speech recognition.


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