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Phonological features in discriminative classification of dysarthric speech

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Phonological features in discriminative classification of dysarthric speech
In an attempt to overcome problems associated with articulatory limitations and generative models, this work considers the use of phonological features in discriminative models for disabled speech. Specifically, we train feed-forward and recurrent neural networks, and radial basis and sequence-kernel support vector machines to abstractions of the vocal tract, and apply these models to phone recognition on dysarthric speech. The results show relative error reduc
Frank Rudzicz
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Year 2009
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Authors Frank Rudzicz
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