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Text analysis for speech synthesis

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In the terminology of HMM -TTS, text analysis refers to the process that turns input text into a sequence of context-dependent labels. We will describe this process from several points of view (naive, linguistic, machine learning, system architecture) and try to review some evidence for the relative importance of the various sub-processes.

This talk is part of the speech synthesis seminar series series.

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