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Cross-language spoken document retrieval using HMM-based retrieval model with multi-scale fusion
Wai-Kit Lo, Helen Meng, P. C. Ching
Cross-language spoken document retrieval (CL-SDR) is the technology that facilitates automatic retrieval of relevant information from a collection of spoken documents in a language that is different from that used in the queries. Information sources...
Offline handwritten Chinese character recognition by radical decomposition
Daming Shi, Robert I. Damper, Steve R. Gunn
Offline handwritten Chinese character recognition is a very hard pattern-recognition problem of considerable practical importance. Two popular approaches are to extract features holistically from the character image or to decompose characters...
Task adaptation in stochastic language model for Chinese homophone disambiguation
The runtime application domain has a great effect on the performance of practical corpus-based applications. Previous smoothing techniques and class-based and similarity-based models could not handle the dynamic status perfectly. In this paper, an...
An efficient accessing technique for Taiwanese phonetic transcriptions
Recently, the Taiwan government has been enthusiastically promoting the study of the languages of her native inhabitants, including Taiwanese. Hence the focus of our research is to design and develop an efficient retrieval technique for phonetic...