Moakala Tzudir

Moakala Tzudir
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati | IIT Guwahati · Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering (EEE)

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This paper reports the findings of an automatic dialect identification (DID) task conducted on Ao speech data using source features. Considering that Ao is a tone language, in this study for DID, the gammatonegram of the linear prediction residual is proposed as a feature. As Ao is an under-resourced language, data augmentation was carried out to i...
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Ao is an under-resourced Tibeto-Burman tonal language spoken in Nagaland, India. There are three distinct dialects of the language, namely, Chungli, Mongsen and Changki. The objective of dialect identification is to identify one dialect from the other within the same language family. The goal of this study is to ascertain the potential of excitatio...
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Ao is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Nagaland, India. It is a low resource, tonal language with three lexical tones, namely, high, mid, and low. However, tone assignment on lexical words may differ among the three dialects of Ao, namely, Chungli, Mongsen, and Changki. In this work, an acoustic study is conducted on the three tones in the three...
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Ao is an under-resource Tibeto-Burman tonal language spoken in the North-Eastern state of India, Nagaland. Preliminary re- search findings have confirmed that Ao has three lexical tones, namely, High, Mid and Low. There are three distinct dialects of Ao, namely, Chungli, Mongsen, and Changki, differing in tone assignment in lexical words. In this w...
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Ao is an under-resourced Tibeto-Burman tone language spoken in Nagaland, India, with three lexical tones, namely, high, mid and low. There are three dialects of the language namely, Chungli, Mongsen and Changki, differing in tone assignment in lexical words. This work investigates if the idiosyncratic tone assignment in the Ao dialects can be utili...
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Ao is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Nagaland, India. It is an under-studied language and hence, there are not many resources available for the language. Ao is a tone language and it is known to have three lexical tones, namely, high, mid and low. Three distinct dialects, namely, Chungli, Mongsen and Changki are reported for the language and de...

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