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TEASEL: A Transformer-Based Speech-Prefixed Language Model [article]

Mehdi Arjmand, Mohammad Javad Dousti, Hadi Moradi
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This work proposes a Transformer-Based Speech-Prefixed Language Model called TEASEL to approach the mentioned constraints without training a complete Transformer model.  ...  TEASEL model includes speech modality as a dynamic prefix besides the textual modality compared to a conventional language model.  ...  This work proposes a Transformer-Based Speech-Prefixed Language Model (TEASEL) as an approach to generalize a pre-trained language model as a cross-modal attention module.  ... 
arXiv:2109.05522v1 fatcat:52em4kfwujgjlao5cxtuhdmory

2. The phonemes of spoken English [chapter]

Greg Brooks
2015 Dictionary of the British English Spelling System  
The 40+ distinctive speech sounds (phonemes) of the spoken language are represented by a multiplicity of letters and lettercombinations (graphemes) in the written language; correspondingly, many graphemes  ...  of spoken English as a set of TG (transformational-generative) rewrite rules (this being my preference), and phonological coding in silent reading.  ...  Carney (1994) calls 'allegro' and 'lento' pronunciations, that is in more rapid and less rapid speech, and both may well feature in their citation forms if a sufficient sample of people is polled.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0053.02 fatcat:5ohtuyk4ifdxpculwepifhsvhq

On certain English surnames, and their occasional odd phases, when seen in groups

1874 Notes and Queries  
Inasmuch as many of them were among the first developments of the God-given faculty of speech, and are thus connected with the mystery which attaches to the origin of human language, they have a peculiar  ...  the language of romance.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nq/s5-ii.36.199b fatcat:m2pjoppyfnhkfiszfmeuv7e6gq

Trajectory and sequence analysis of administrative data

Ahsan Mumtaz Rao, Paul Aylin, Ara Darzi, Alex Bottle
2020
Previous methods and models to identify and predict them have not performed well.  ...  It has shown to have an advantage to categorise pupils based on common developmental pathways, and identify the chronological order of events in the life of the pupils.  ...  Also, the literature search was not limited to studies in other languages.  ... 
doi:10.25560/83842 fatcat:n2ei4slennb3xipocgkizvszbq

Looking at dirty pictures : sur(sous)realism, fascism, and reproducing intoxication in the 1930's

Maureen F. Lunn
1993
sexuality embedded in a new concept of the body itself.  ...  The road to freedom against the 'mechanized' imperative of a bourgeois democracy was seen to lie through the release of an irrational drive that would rupture the seemingly impermeable screen of a rapidly  ...  As a 'document' published in Documents, it stands as a base and basic model for In terms of The Big Toe itself: yes, it is true that it is both a dirty and degraded form in its physical appearance.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0086255 fatcat:y6peszv3wjcingsbr2mfarclum

Shedding light on the brain—characterizing functional brain activation during simple and complex walking after stroke

Shannon Lim
2021
Currently, determining appropriate gait rehabilitation interventions post-stroke is based on clinical observations such as motor, sensory, cognitive, and balance ability.  ...  After a stroke, the ability to complete these specific walking tasks is often impaired.  ...  cognitive, speech and language, sensory and/or motor dysfunction.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0404543 fatcat:a45zhztqyndrbaeezlimvh34ei