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[hts-users:01927] Re: languages

We also applied into Dzongkha as in "Pioneering Dzongkha Text-to-Speech
Synthesis", o-cocosda2008 and Lao.

Best Regards,


> Hi,
> Heiga ZEN (Byung Ha CHUN) wrote (2008/07/26 22:58):
>> As you know, HTS has been applied to various languages.
>> Currently I know Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Korean, Thai, English,
>> German, Spanish, Catalan, European and Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish,
>> Finnish, Slovenian, Slovak, Croatian, Arabic, Farsi, Xhosa, bilingual
>> (Mandarin-English), and polyglot versions of HTS.
>> I also know that French and Scottish Gaelic versions of HTS are now
>> being built by Faculte Polytechnique de Mons and Arizona Univ.,
>> respectively.
>> Do you know any other versions of HTS?
>> Can you tell me the reference of those works?
> Does anyone know any recent work applying HTS to new languages?
> In addition to the above-mentioned languages, I heard that HTS had been
> applied  to Hebrew, Zuru, various dialect of English, Hungarian,
> Indonesian, and Galic.
> Best regards,
> Heiga ZEN (Byung Ha CHUN)
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>   Heiga ZEN     (in Japanese pronunciation)
>   Byung Ha CHUN (in Korean pronunciation)
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