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Temporal structures for Fast and Slow Speech Rate

By Brigitte Zellner

Abstract

The rhythmic component in speech synthesis often remains rather rudimentary, despite recent major efforts in the modeling of prosodic models. The European COST Action 258 has identified this problem as one of the next challenges for speech synthesis. This paper is a contribution to a new, promising approach that was tested on a French temporal model

Topics: Speech
Year: 1998
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:894

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