Learning a Hierarchical Bayesian Network Model for Automated Speech Recognition


Learning a Hierarchical Bayesian Network Model for Automated Speech Recognition – We propose a new approach for training a Bayesian network for automatic speech recognition from a corpus of speech utterances of different languages. Our approach is based on the use of neural networks to learn a hierarchical Bayesian network architecture that learns a latent state structure with an internal discriminator to predict the speaker’s utterance structure. Our model also learns the internal state structure by using the hidden hidden units of a Bayesian network model for this task. The latent state structure is represented by a corpus of sentences (both English and Dutch spoken) and it can be inferred from these sentences.

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Learning a Hierarchical Bayesian Network Model for Automated Speech Recognition

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