Learning to Recognize Chinese Characters by Summarizing the Phonetic Structure

Learning to Recognize Chinese Characters by Summarizing the Phonetic Structure – We propose an efficient and robust deep learning approach, which is able to learn the phonetic structure of a sequence in a principled way. Our approach consists in learning a novel classifier and an efficient classifier, while also learning a robust classifier that can exploit the phonetic structure of a sequence to better represent the phonetic structure of the sequences.

We present a novel model that learns the structure of Chinese phonetic strings from phonetic strings, the most common representation of Chinese words. This model is based on learning a model of phonetic strings, a grammar, for the purpose of representing phonetic strings. We evaluate the model on Chinese speech recognition tasks, and demonstrate that the model can outperform the current state-of-the-art for such tasks. Finally, we compare the success rates of the model with other approaches to learning Chinese phonetic strings for different languages.

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Learning to Recognize Chinese Characters by Summarizing the Phonetic Structure

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