The TIDIGITS tutorial is a comprehensive examination of the features of the
ISIP prototype ASR system. It allows one to experiment with Baum-Welch and
Viterbi training of word, monophone, word-internal triphone and cross-word
triphones. It also allows the user to work with each of the decoding modes
provided by the prototype decoder. The tutorial is packaged as a set of
data with scripts that run "canned" experiments. It also comes with a
programmers' interface to experiments with our prototype system written in
perl. See the canned scripts for examples of how you could run an experiment
using this interface.
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This version contains only minor changes from v5.6 of the tutorial.
We now train up to 16 mixtures for all mixture models. Our scripts also
now properly flush stdout so that you are able to redirect
stdout and see the progression of commands.
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now contains a "make test" option that verifies
that the installation is successful. It includes bug
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The prototype system must be installed prior to running the tutorial.