Entropic's HTK (HMM Toolkit)
- Platform: Range of Unix platforms.
- Description: HTK is a software toolkit for building
continuous density HMM based speech recognisers. It consists of a
number of library modules and a number of tools. Functions include
speech analysis, training tools, recognition tools, results analysis,
and an interactive tool for speech labelling. Many standard forms of
continuous density HMM are possible. Can perform isolated word or
connected word speech recognition. It van model whole words, sub- word
units. Can perform speaker verification and other pattern recognition
work using HMMs. HTK is now integerated with the ESPS/Waves speech
research environment which is described in Section 1.9.
- Misc 1: The availability of HTK changed in early 1993
when Entropic obtained exclusive marketing rights to HTK from the
developers at Cambridge.
- Misc 2: More detailed information on HTK is available
from the Entropic WW server: http://www.entropic.com/htk.html
- Cost: On request.
Entropic Research Laboratory,
600 Pennsylvania Ave, S.E. Suite 202,
Washington, D.C. 20003, USA
Phone: (202) 547-1420.
email - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last Revision: 00:26 19-Mar-1996