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Spoken language identification using the speechdat corpus
5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP 1998)
Current language identification systems vary significantly in their complexity. The systems that use higher level linguistic information have the best performance. Nevertheless, that information is hard to collect for each new language. The system presented in this paper is easily extendable to new languages because it uses very little linguistic information. In fact, the presented system needs only one language specific phone recogniser (in our case the Portuguese one), and is trained withdoi:10.21437/icslp.1998-256 fatcat:7iowizc43nbj7dn3qkd55hgxxi