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5.3.34. Taiwan

FLaReNet Summary

Taiwan is very active in HLT and in the production of Language Resources (Data and Tools). The Association for Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing (ACLCLP) is a non-profit organization established in Taiwan to promote the utilization and development of computational linguistics, and to encourage research in the field of Chinese language processing. The ACLCLP has released a wide variety of corpora to promote resource sharing.

Contact Point Input

National/Regional contact: Hsiao-chuan Wang (Tsing Hua University).

Programs

Some Recent LRT Projects (see Annex 10)

1. A Study on the Next Generation Automatic Speech Recognition (NGASR, 2005-2011) (Hsiao-Chuan Wang, National Tsing Hua University).
2. Taiwan Asian English Speech Corpus Project (TWNAESOP, 2009-2012) (Chiu-yu Tseng, Academia Sinica).
3. Prosody Hierarchy Construction for Hakka Speech Processing (2007-2010) (Sin-Horng Chen, National Chiao Tung University).
4. Knowledge-Based Processing of Multilingual Speech for Diverse Source Language (2010-2013) (Chung-Hsien Wu, National Cheng Kung University).

Other related Researches

1. Intelligent Applications of Speech Recognition Vender Network Environment (Lin-Shan Lee, National Taiwan University).
2. Prosody Hierarchy Construction for Mandarin Speech Processing (Sin-Horng Chen, National Chiao Tung University).
3. Feature Extraction, Analysis and Recognition for Mixed Mandarin-English Speech Processing (Jhing-Fa Wang, National Cheng Kung University).
4. Automatic Labelling and Speech Database Validation (Hsin-Min Wang, Academia Sinica).
5. Continuous Speech Recognition of Taiwanese (Ren-Yuan Lyu, Chang Gung University).

Some available Language Resources

The Association for Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing (ACLCLP, http://aclclp.org.tw) is a non-profit organization established in Taiwan to promote the utilization and development of computational linguistics, and to encourage research in the field of Chinese language processing. To promote resource sharing, the ACLCLP has released a wide variety of corpora (see Annex 10).