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Speech Synthesis using Vocabulary of Interphoneme Transitions


  • Eurasian National University named L. N. Gumilyov, Scientific-Research Institute,Astana, Kazakhstan


Objectives: This paper presents a modified method of diphone synthesis of Kazakh language. The aim of this work is to create a high-speed synthesizer with acceptable quality. Methods/Statistical Analysis: Diphones represent transitions between sounds (interphoneme transitions). Therefore, to increase the quality of standard method, a technique was used for trimming the edges according to signal quasi-periods and automatic splicing normalization according to the amplitude at the beginning and the ends, which gave a significant increase in quality while maintaining the advantages of this method of synthesis. Application/Improvements: Finally, the described method is implemented as software for speech synthesis of the Kazakh and Russian languages.


Diphone, Quasi-Period, Phoneme, Synthesis, Speech.

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