4th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing
Philadelphia, PA, USA
This paper deals with recurrent neural networks of multi-layer perceptron type which are well-suited for speech recognition, specially for phoneme recognition. The ability of these networks has been investigated by phoneme recognition experiments using a number of Japanese words uttered by a native male speaker in a quiet environment. Results of the experiments show that recognition rates achieved with these networks are higher than those obtained with conventional non-recurrent neural networks.
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