LA SYLLABATION AUTOMATIQUE DE SÉQUENCES PHONÉMIQUES EN ANGLAIS – ALGORITHME, APPLICATIONS ET OUTILS
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The presented new algorithm of automatic syllabification allows insertion of dots as syllable boundaries in phoneme sequences in English, in strict accordance with the rules applied, for example, in the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. The algorithm has already been integrated into several projects, most prominently into SARP, into the Arpabet to IPA conversion of the CMU Pronouncing Dictionary and into a new computational method to evaluate the phonological distance between words, more consistent with the perceptual data and applied in the computer program TREFL for automatic generation of didactically useful associations between words.
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