Julius - Speech Recognition Engine and Acoustic Models

Julius - Speech Recognition Engine and Acoustic Models

07/22/07 | by admin [mail] | Categories: Speech Processing

I just found this project called Julius, based at Kyoto University which offers a free speech recognition engine as well as acoustic models for Japanese and English which seem to be compatible with the HTK (Hidden Markov Model Toolkit). The English models must not be used for commercial purposes, though. Anyway, for those working in research, it might be helpful.

http://julius.sourceforge.jp/

The project is explained in this paper, published in the proceedings of the conference EUROSPEECH 2001:

Julius— an Open Source Real-Time Large Vocabulary Recognition Engine

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