Automatic alignment and error detection for phonetic transcriptions in the African speech technology project databases
De Villiers, Edward
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The African Speech Technology (AST) project ran from 2000 to 2004 and involved collecting speech data for five South African languages, transcribing the data and building automatic speech recognition systems in these languages. The work described here form part of this project and involved implementing methods for automatic boundary placement in manually labelled files and for determining errors made by transcribers during the labelling process.
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