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This paper proposes a robust automatic phoneme recognizer for Japanese language in noise corrupted acoustic environments. From the previous studies it is found that some hidden factors such as speaking style, gender effects, and noisy acoustic environments degrade the performance of automatic phoneme recognizers (APRs). In this study, an APR is designed in noise corrupted acoustic environments resolving the noise effect. The proposed system comprises three stages. At first stage, a multilayerdoi:10.21276/sjet.2016.4.7.3 fatcat:gc7liulebjgvnn2b7plkhsw7we