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Improved language recognition using mixture components statistics

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Improved language recognition using mixture components statistics
One successful approach to language recognition is to focus on the most discriminative high level features of languages, such as phones and words. In this paper, we applied a similar approach to acoustic features using a single GMM-tokenizer followed by discriminatively trained language models. A feature selection technique based on the Support Vector Machine (SVM) is used to model higher order n-grams. Three different ways to build this tokenizer are explored and compared using discriminative uni-gram and generative GMM-UBM. A discriminative uni-gram using very large GMM tokenizer with 24,576 components yields an EER of
Abualsoud Hanani, Michael J. Carey 0002, Martin J.
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where INTERSPEECH
Authors Abualsoud Hanani, Michael J. Carey 0002, Martin J. Russell
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