speech recognition utilities
Sphinx 2 is a real-time, speaker-independent speech recognition system.
This package contains examples and utilities that use Sphinx. It also
includes a sample language model that is capable of recognizing simple
commands like "go forward ten meters" and other commands one might use to
tell a robot where to move.
2004-07-29 CMU Sphinx2-0.5.
This is Sphinx 2, one of Carnegie Mellon University's open source
large vocabulary, speaker-independent continuous speech recognition
THIS IS A RESEARCH SYSTEM. This is also an early release of a
research system. We know the APIs and function names are likely to
change, and that several too
bin/ : binaries of example programs and scripts. sources
for these are in src/examples/ and they link
sphinx2-test: a simple shell script that calls sphinx2-batch
to decode an example utterance in the demo, called
goforward.16k, which contains the utterance
"GO FORWARD TEN METERS". If you've built Sphinx2
This directory contains a few files that sphinx2 can use for
a simple "turtle graphics" or robot directing task.
turtle.corpus is the original corpus as given to the lmtool web page.
see the main website for more info at
turtle.dic the pronunciation dictionary for the task
2001-12-07 Dropped "naming" conditions from LICENSE.
Use SphinxTrain to train acoustic m
sphinx2 (0.6-2.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Ran "autoreconf -vfi" and ad
NOTE that this ChangeLog is not complete. The CVS logs
contain more information.
Tue Jan 25 14
Alan W Black
This is a Debian prepackaged version of sphinx2
This package was put together by Joey Hess <joeyh@d
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