Volume 11 Issue 4 - October 2018

  • 1. Evaluating factors for developing open speech api for typical punjabi language & comparative study

    Authors : Karamjot Kaur, Dr. Pardeep Singh Cheema

    Pages : 45-52

    DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.21172/1.114.09

    Keywords : Open Speech API, Punjabi Speech API, Self-enriching Speech API, Speak Punjabi.

    Abstract :

    The paper is going to evaluate the development factors of best automatic speech recognition API’s to this effect in the development of cloud based open speech API in context to rise the utilization of undiluted words of Punjabi language. There are approximately 7000 currently spoken languages in the world. There are total 1635 Indian languages. 53 of Indian languages are put up as endangered languages and 197 are between endangered and vulnerable languages. The minority mother tongues are dying slowly. Punjabi is 10th most widely spoken language in the world & 5th most spoken native language in Canada but continuously losing its precious words due to dilution with other languages. Punjabi is written with Gurmukhi script; it’s a meaning changing language with accent and lexical tone. Most of the history, literature and great holy scripture of the Sikh religion is written in Punjabi language. In the today’s world if internet there are many speech recognition systems are available for most of languages and especially for English language but for Punjabi languages a very little which is limited to published work only without real life implementation. The existing speech recognition API’s are not supporting the Punjabi language. To recover from the current issue and regenerating the undiluted words, the only solution is the development of an open and self-enriching speech recognition API in which users will contribute to train it into their own necessity and effortlessly integrate with the own applications, software’s and websites.

    Citing this Journal Article :

    Karamjot Kaur, Dr. Pardeep Singh Cheema, "Evaluating factors for developing open speech api for typical punjabi language & comparative study", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=938&j_id=4725, Volume 11 Issue 4 - October 2018, 45-52, #ijltetorg