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==Language model and Acoustic model for Malayalam language for speech recognition system in CMU Sphinx==
CMU Sphinx is a large vocabulary, speaker independent speech recognition codebase and suite of tools, which can be used to develop speech recognition system in any language. To develop an automatic speech recognition system in a language, acoustic model and language model has to framed for that particular language. Acoustic models characterize how sound changes over time. It captures the characteristics of basic recognition units. The language model describes the likelihood, probability, or penalty taken when a sequence or collection of words is seen. It attempts to convey behavior of the language and tries to predict the occurrence of specific word sequences possible in the language. Once these two models are developed, it will be useful to every one doing research in speech processing. For Indian languages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Marati, ASR systems have been developed using sphinx engine. In this project work is aimed at developing acoustic model and language model for Malayalam.
'''Mentor''': Deepa P. Gopinath
=== Background Reading ===
* [ 'Development of Indian Language Speech Databases for Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition Systems'], Gopalakrishna Anumanchipalli, Rahul Chitturi, Sachin Joshi, Rohit Kumar, Satinder Pal Singh, R.N.V. Sitaram, S P Kishore
* [ "Automatic Pronunciation Evaluation And Mispronunciation Detection Using CMUSphinx"], Ronanki Srikanth, James Salsman
* [ "HTK Based Telugu Speech Recognition"], P. Vijai Bhaskar, AVNIET ,Hyderabad, Prof. Dr. S. Rama Mohan Rao, A.Gopi
* [ "Design and Development of an Automatic Speech Recognition System for Urdu"], Agha Ali Raza, M.Sc. Thesis, FAST‐National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences
* [,no.2/11IASRUCSS186.pdf "Investigation Arabic Speech Recognition Using CMU Sphinx System"], Hassan Satori1, 2, Hussein Hiyassat3, Mostafa Harti1, 2, and Noureddine Chenfour
* [ "Understanding the CMU Sphinx Speech Recognition System"], Chun-Feng Liao