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A stochastic model of intonation for text-to-speech synthesis

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A stochastic model of intonation for text-to-speech synthesis
This paper presents a stochastic model of intonation contours for use in text-to-speech s. The model has two modules, a linguistic module that generates abstract prosodic rom text, and a phonetic module that generates an F0 curve from the abstract prosodic This model differs from previous work in the abstract prosodic labels used, which can be automatically derived from the training corpus. This feature makes it possible to use large 1 This paper is based on a communication presented at Eurospeech'97 (VĂ©ronis et al. 1997) and has been recommended by the Editorial Board of Speech Communication.
Jean Véronis, Philippe Di Cristo, Fabienne
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Year 1998
Where SPEECH
Authors Jean Véronis, Philippe Di Cristo, Fabienne Courtois, Cédric Chaumette
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