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Hidden Markov Model implementation using HTK

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sana_akhtar

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Hey everyone

I am working on implementing HMM using HTK. Before I also tried simple implementation but it couldnt work.
I have understood the algo which is already too complex. Now I m not getting how i will train HMM ? Can someone please help me out???
 

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HTK is a very good tool , lots of examples are there. HTK Manual Contains may examples .

it can be used for both isolated and continuous speech recognition
basically HTK is a command line based tool
 

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HTK is in C language, I couldnt get how to use it even after reading its book.
Can we do continous speech recognition in MATLAB by using HMM algorithm without using HTK ??
 

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1.HTK is a command line Utility and you have to just compile it and use , for windows users Binary is Already available.
eg
HCopy for feature extraction etc


2. Yes it is possible to do continuous speech recognition using Matlab , various toolboxes are available

llike hmmtoolbox
http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~murphyk/Software/HMM/hmm.html
 

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