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    Posted: 10/Dec/2009 at 6:50am

I was developing a large vocabulary continious speech recognition system to translate Amharic  dictation to sign language in AMHARIC(Ethiopian language). and i want to adopt MS-Speech engine to do this for me. wat i want to know is ; is there any way to get the pronunsation of a word. i.e befor the speech engine starts comparing with the dictionary.

For example if the spoken word is Visual Studio. wat i need is something like " v ih zh uw l s t uw d iy ow" .
tnx in advance
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Originally posted by Xelalem Xelalem wrote:

I was developing a large vocabulary continious speech recognition system to translate Amharic  dictation to sign language in AMHARIC(Ethiopian language). and i want to adopt MS-Speech engine to do this for me. wat i want to know is ; is there any way to get the pronunsation of a word. i.e befor the speech engine starts comparing with the dictionary.
For example if the spoken word is Visual Studio. wat i need is something like " v ih zh uw l s t uw d iy ow" . 
 
There is a Google User Group called "comp . speech . research" you should check out.
 
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Edited by mmarkoe - 10/Dec/2009 at 2:51pm
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