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Topic: Speech Recognition via MFCC(feature extraction) and HMM classfication
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Premen

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Registered: 9/18/10
Speech Recognition via MFCC(feature extraction) and HMM classfication
Posted: Sep 18, 2010 8:04 AM
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Hai,

currently i doing my thesis(follows as the title) i have done the MFCC as the FE. now i doing the training part and testing phase.
for training i using the Baum-Welch algorithm for training and viterbi for recognition.

1)my question is my log-likelihood from my training set is in positive value. i am not sure whether it acceptable o not? most of the value are in positive but in some papers the value was in negative.

2) i have got some viterbi path. not sure how to make use of it? help me in that too

3) Actually i am confuse how to do the the recognition part? can anyone willing explain to me. how to do a effective recognition?

My matlab code:

%%%%%%%%Training of HMM (Baum-Welch algorithm)%%%%%%
[LL, prior1, transmat1, mu1, Sigma1, mixmat1] = ...
mhmm_em(data1, pi, transmat, mu, Sigma, mixmat, 'max_iter', 5);
mixmat1 = max(mixmat1, 1.0e-5);

%%%% Calculate the Log Likelihood %%%%%%
[loglik, errors] = mhmm_logprob(data1, prior1, transmat1, mu1, Sigma1, mixmat1);
loglik

%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Viterbi Alogorithm %%%%%%
B = mixgauss_prob(data1, mu1, Sigma1, mixmat1);
path1 = viterbi_path(prior1, transmat1, B);


i really hope someone can help me in this.. i would really appreciate it and once done i will share my code for your reference and future students as well..thanks ...this is my email if wana contact me. premen87@hotmail.com

Thanks



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