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@INPROCEEDINGS{Povey_ASRU2011_2011,
         author = {Povey, Daniel and Ghoshal, Arnab and Boulianne, Gilles and Burget, Lukas and Glembek, Ondrej and Goel, Nagendra and Hannemann, Mirko and Motlicek, Petr and Qian, Yanmin and Schwarz, Petr and Silovsky, Jan and Stemmer, Georg and Vesely, Karel},
       keywords = {ASR, Automatic Speech Recognition, GMM, HTK, SGMM},
       projects = {Idiap, IM2},
          month = dec,
          title = {The Kaldi Speech Recognition Toolkit},
      booktitle = {IEEE 2011 Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding},
           year = {2011},
      publisher = {IEEE Signal Processing Society},
       location = {Hilton Waikoloa Village, Big Island, Hawaii, US},
           note = {IEEE Catalog No.: CFP11SRW-USB},
           isbn = {978-1-4673-0366-8},
       crossref = {Povey_Idiap-RR-04-2012},
       abstract = {We describe the design of Kaldi, a free, open-source
toolkit for speech recognition research. Kaldi provides a speech
recognition system based on finite-state transducers (using the
freely available OpenFst), together with detailed documentation
and scripts for building complete recognition systems. Kaldi
is written is C++, and the core library supports modeling of
arbitrary phonetic-context sizes, acoustic modeling with subspace
Gaussian mixture models (SGMM) as well as standard Gaussian
mixture models, together with all commonly used linear and
affine transforms. Kaldi is released under the Apache License
v2.0, which is highly nonrestrictive, making it suitable for a wide
community of users.},
            pdf = {https://publications.idiap.ch/attachments/papers/2012/Povey_ASRU2011_2011.pdf}
}



crossreferenced publications: 
@TECHREPORT{Povey_Idiap-RR-04-2012,
         author = {Povey, Daniel and Ghoshal, Arnab and Boulianne, Gilles and Burget, Lukas and Glembek, Ondrej and Goel, Nagendra and Hannemann, Mirko and Motlicek, Petr and Qian, Yanmin and Schwarz, Petr and Silovsky, Jan and Stemmer, Georg and Vesely, Karel},
       keywords = {ASR, Automatic Speech Recognition, GMM, HTK, SGMM},
       projects = {Idiap},
          month = {1},
          title = {The Kaldi Speech Recognition Toolkit},
           type = {Idiap-RR},
         number = {Idiap-RR-04-2012},
           year = {2012},
    institution = {Idiap},
        address = {Rue Marconi 19, Martigny},
       abstract = {We describe the design of Kaldi, a free, open-source
toolkit for speech recognition research. Kaldi provides a speech
recognition system based on finite-state automata (using the freely
available OpenFst), together with detailed documentation and a
comprehensive set of scripts for building complete recognition
systems. Kaldi is written is C++, and the core library supports
modeling of arbitrary phonetic-context sizes, acoustic modeling
with subspace Gaussian mixture models (SGMM) as well as
standard Gaussian mixture models, together with all commonly
used linear and affine transforms. Kaldi is released under the
Apache License v2.0, which is highly nonrestrictive, making it
suitable for a wide community of users.},
            pdf = {https://publications.idiap.ch/attachments/reports/2011/Povey_Idiap-RR-04-2012.pdf}
}