Commit 57485563 authored by Cassio Batista's avatar Cassio Batista 🐢

android section moved to another specific repo

parent 03bb468f
......@@ -5,52 +5,41 @@ A comparison between Kaldi and CMU Sphinx for Brazilian Portuguese was
performed. Resources for both toolkits were developed and made publicly
available to the community.
Resources:
- `sen4000_gau16.cd_cont_4000/`: acoustic model
- `dict/`: phonetic dictionary
- `lm/`: n-gram language model
- `gram/`: context-free grammar language model
- `sen4000_gau16.cd_cont_4000/`: acoustic model
- `dict/`: phonetic dictionary
- `lm/`: n-gram language model
- `gram/`: context-free grammar language model
## Desktop :computer:
### Testing with n-gram language model
## Testing with n-gram language model
```bash
pocketsphinx_continuous \
-inmic yes \
-hmm sen4000_gau16.cd_cont_4000/ \
-dict dict/sen4000_gau16.dic \
-lm lm/lapsam.lm
-inmic yes \
-hmm sen4000_gau16.cd_cont_4000/ \
-dict dict/sen4000_gau16.dic \
-lm lm/lapsam.lm
```
### Testing with context-free grammar (finite state grammar)
## Testing with context-free grammar (finite state grammar)
```bash
pocketsphinx_continuous \
-inmic yes \
-hmm sen4000_gau16.cd_cont_4000/ \
-dict dict/sen4000_gau16.dic \
-fsg gram/tv_control.fsg 2> /dev/null
-inmic yes \
-hmm sen4000_gau16.cd_cont_4000/ \
-dict dict/sen4000_gau16.dic \
-fsg gram/tv_control.fsg 2> /dev/null
```
or
```bash
pocketsphinx_continuous \
-inmic yes \
-hmm sen4000_gau16.cd_cont_4000/ \
-dict dict/sen4000_gau16.dic \
-jsgf gram/tv_control.jsgf 2> /dev/null
-inmic yes \
-hmm sen4000_gau16.cd_cont_4000/ \
-dict dict/sen4000_gau16.dic \
-jsgf gram/tv_control.jsgf 2> /dev/null
```
![Deterministic Finite Automaton](https://gitlab.com/fb-asr/fb-asr-resources/cmusphinx-resources/raw/master/gram/glc_dfa.png)
## Android :iphone:
- Download [Android Studio](https://developer.android.com/studio)
- Download [NDK and Tools](https://developer.android.com/ndk/guides)
- **Tools** > **Android** > **SDK Manager**
- Tab: "*SDK Tools*"
- Check `LLDB`, `CMake` and `NDK`, then click "*Apply*" and "*Ok*"
## Citation
If you use these resources or want to mention the paper referred above, please
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