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隐马尔科夫模型及其在语音处理中的应用,这个是GNU提供的算法库,类unix环境,C语言,当前最新版本已经不再提供C++的了。
ghmm-0.7.0a.tar.gz
  • ghmm-0.7.0
  • VisualC
  • ghmm
  • Makefile.in
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  • ghmm.dsp
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  • Makefile.am
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  • coin_toss_test_pp
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  • Makefile.in
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  • Makefile.am
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  • coin_toss_test
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  • Makefile.am
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  • coin_toss_test.dsp
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  • ghmmpp
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  • Makefile.in
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  • Makefile.am
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  • Makefile.in
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  • ghmm.dsw
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  • Makefile.am
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  • tests
  • ghmm.tests
  • first-try.exp
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  • config
  • default.exp
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  • lib
  • ghmm.exp
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  • data
  • test100.sqd
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  • test.smo
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  • viterbi.sh
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  • Makefile.in
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  • Makefile.am
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  • test10.sqd
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  • root_finder_test.c
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  • generate_PHI.c
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  • chmm.c
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  • sequences_old_format.c
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  • shmm_viterbi_test.c
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  • Makefile.in
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  • test_gsl_ran_gaussian_tail.c
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  • two_states_three_symbols.c
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  • coin_toss_test.c
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  • sequences_test.c
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  • label_higher_order_test.c
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  • Makefile.am
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  • ghmm
  • root_finder.h
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  • vector.h
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  • vector.c
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  • pviterbi.c
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  • scluster.h
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  • PHI_001_20.dat
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  • discrime.h
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  • gradescent.h
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  • foba.c
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  • sequence.h
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  • matrix.h
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  • sdmodel.h
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  • const.h
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  • randvar.h
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  • model.c
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  • viterbi.h
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  • sgenerate.c
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  • smodel.h
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  • gauss_tail.h
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  • sdfoba.c
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  • reestimate.h
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  • gradescent.c
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  • sequence.c
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  • internal.h
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  • Makefile.in
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  • kbestbasics.h
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  • foba.h
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  • sgenerate.h
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  • sfoba.h
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  • linkedlist.h
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  • sreestimate.c
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  • mprintf.h
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  • model.h
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  • pviterbi.h
    3.8KB
  • scanner.h
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  • discrime.c
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  • pviterbi_propagate.c
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  • cluster.h
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