Sequitur G2P is a data-driven grapheme-to-phoneme converter developed at RWTH Aachen University - Department of Computer Science by Maximilian Bisani.The method used in this software is described in
M. Bisani and H. Ney. "Joint-Sequence Models for Grapheme-to-Phoneme Conversion". Speech Communication, Volume 50, Issue 5, May 2008, Pages 434-451
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This software is made available to you under terms of the GNU Public License. It may be used for experimentation and as part of other free software projects. For details see the licensing terms below. We have published this software in the hope that it will be useful to researchers in the field of speech and natural language processing. If you publish about work that involves the use of this software, please cite the above paper. (You should feel obliged to do so by rules of good scientific conduct.)
You will need Python, NumPy, and Swig to build and run this program. See the README file for instructions.
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