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IEEE International Conference on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing
This paper puts forward a domain adaptation problem that has not been studied well. For corpus-driven TTS systems, domain adaptation is realized by adding a small amount of domainspecific speech that will provide the maximum increase in average length of units that are used for synthesizing speech in that domain. An approach for generating optimized script for adaptation is proposed, the core of which is a dynamic programming based algorithm that segments domain-specific corpus into minimumdoi:10.1109/icassp.2002.1005774 fatcat:ai2hier4ajekvg5oxw2pnch57m