CS 441 (Automatic Speech Recognition) Documents

Spring 2006 (Don Colton)

... .. Course Syllabus

Spring 2004 (Don Colton)

Apr 29 Course Syllabus
Apr 29 Automatic Speech Recognition Tutorial (pdf)
May 07 Panphone Sentences assignment (pdf)
Each student must do a term project chosen from the following two:
May 20 Phonemes to Text assignment (pdf) intended for linguistics students
May 20 Phonemes to Numbers assignment (pdf) intended for computer science students
May 20 Phoneme to Number Tester (perl)

Spring 2003 (Don Colton)

Course Syllabus
Transcription 1
Programming Assignment 1
Number Word List
Phoneme to Number Tester (perl)
Automatic Speech Recognition Tutorial (pdf)

General Resources

Note to readers: if you are aware of any similar resources that you are willing to tell me about, please drop me an email with the details: don at colton dot byuh dot edu. Thanks!


Spectrogram Reading (CSLU)

General Resources, Big Things

DVS (Devious) Words
The Archive of Misheard Lyrics
IPA Chart (1993, gif, 246k)
Worldbet, OGIbet Chart (1995, pdf, 66k)
TIPA Face (pdf, 17M)
TIPA Manual (pdf, 2.4M)
Moby Pronunciation Dictionary
Don Colton PhD Thesis: Confidence and Rejection in Automatic Speech Recognition (1997, pdf, 637k)
Hieronymus, James L., (1994). ASCII phonetic symbols for the world's languages: Worldbet. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Technical Memo.

Homophonic Works, Small Texts

humorous: Ladle Rat Rotten Hut
humorous: Tweeze denied beef worker isthmus
humorous: Lawn Sand Jealous
humorous: Arizona Missions (1994)
humorous: Room Service (Far-East Economic Review)

General Resources, Small Texts

humorous: Mark Twain: A Plan for the Improvement of English Spelling
humorous: Cmabrigde Uinervtisy
analytical: Cmabrigde Uinervtisy II
NewsScan: Worth Thinking About: Mondegreens and Other Linguistic Faux Pas (2003)
humorous: The Importance of Proper Punctuation

Links To Other Resources

The Center for Spoken Language Understanding (CSLU) Toolkit
CSLU Corpora
The University of Edinburgh Festival Speech Synthesis System
The University of Edinburgh: Links
Here is the link for the Language Modelling Tool. They also seem to have some other nifty stuff on their website. Anuj