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Creating a Mexican Spanish Version of the CMU Sphinx-III Speech Recognition System

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Creating a Mexican Spanish Version of the CMU Sphinx-III Speech Recognition System
Abstract. In this paper we present the creation of a Mexican Spanish version of the CMU Sphinx-III speech recognition system. We trained acoustic and N-gram language models with a phonetic set of 23 phonemes. Our speech data for training and testing was collected from an auto-attendant system under telephone environments. We present experiments with different language models. Our best result scored an overall error rate of 6.32%. Using this version is now possible to develop speech applications for Spanish speaking communities. This version of the CMU Sphinx system is freely available for non-commercial use under request.
Armando Varela, Heriberto Cuayáhuitl, Juan
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Year 2003
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Authors Armando Varela, Heriberto Cuayáhuitl, Juan Arturo Nolazco-Flores
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