A stand-alone text-to-speech system

R.J.H. Deliege

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Abstract

A prototype of a general-purpose stand-alone text-to-speech system has been built that converts text in normal Dutch orthography into speech. This paper describes the development and features of this system. It uses a rule-based grapheme-phoneme conversion and speech synthesis based on diphone concatenation and a formant synthesizer chip. The hardware is built around an 68000 microprocessor.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAnalysis and synthesis of speech : strategic research towards high-quality text-to-speech generation
EditorsV.J. Heuven, van, L.C.W. Pols
Place of PublicationBerlin, New York
PublisherMouton de Gruyter
Pages309-316
ISBN (Print)3-11-013588-4
Publication statusPublished - 1993

Publication series

NameSpeech research
Volume11

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    Deliege, R. J. H. (1993). A stand-alone text-to-speech system. In V. J. Heuven, van, & L. C. W. Pols (Eds.), Analysis and synthesis of speech : strategic research towards high-quality text-to-speech generation (pp. 309-316). (Speech research; Vol. 11). Mouton de Gruyter.