EUROSPEECH 2001 Scandinavia
The requirements of the computer telephony (CT) industry place conflicting demands on text-to-speech (TTS) systems. Multilingual functionality and high quality output at telephone bandwidth requires detailed linguistic and acoustic analysis. At the same time, the need for robustness together with a high channel count and small memory footprint means that systems must be extremely efficient and databases must be kept small. We present a system which provides TTS for six languages, with 100 channels of highly natural output on a single DSP card.
Bibliographic reference. Monaghan, Alex / Kassaei, Mahmoud / Luckin, Mark / Amador-Hernandez, Mariscela / Lowry, Andrew / Faulkner, Dan / Sannier, Fred (2001): "Multilingual TTS for computer telephony: the aculab approach", In EUROSPEECH-2001, 513-516.