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February 2016
Teacher Giampiero Salvi posted 2 February 2016
Teacher commented 2 February 2016

Another question is about the topology of the HMM.

Here I just want you to draw a graph indicating the states of the HMM and which transitions between them are allowed according to the transition matrix in the prototype file.

 
January 2016
Teacher Giampiero Salvi posted 28 January 2016
Teacher commented 29 January 2016

I assume this worked? Can someone from Uppsla cofirm that? Cheers.

Teacher commented 29 January 2016

Yes, I believe they can see these comments. They still cannot see the other pages and for those there is no such option.

 
Teacher Giampiero Salvi posted 28 January 2016
Teacher Giampiero Salvi edited 28 January 2016

Hi all,

I saw that many are willing to run the lab on their own Ubuntu computers. Here are building instructions that worked for me on Ubuntu 14.04:

sudo apt-get install libc6-dev-i386./configure --disable-hslab --disable-hlmtools --prefix=/opt/htkmake allsudo mkdir /opt/htksudo make install

Then you will need to add the path to your PATH variable, for example with adding this line

in bash:

export PATH=/opt/htk/bin:$PATH

in tcsh:

setenv PATH=/opt/htk/bin:$PATH

Test if it works by running any of the HTK commands, for example HList

For the lab to work, you will also need to install Wavesurfer with:¶

apt-get install libsnack-alsa wavesurfer¶

Good luck!¶

Teacher Giampiero Salvi edited 28 January 2016

Hi all,

I saw that many are willing to run the lab on their own Ubuntu computers. Here are building instructions that worked for me on Ubuntu 14.04:

sudo apt-get install libc6-dev-i386./configure --disable-hslab --disable-hlmtools --prefix=/opt/htkmake allsudo mkdir /opt/htksudo make install

Then you will need to add the path to your PATH variable, for example with adding this line

in bash:

export PATH=/opt/htk/bin:$PATH

in tcsh:

setenv PATH=/opt/htk/bin:$PATH

Test if it works by running any of the HTK commands, for example HList

For the lab to work, you will also need to install Wavesurfer with:

apt-get install libsnack-alsa wavesurfer

Finally, if you do the lab on your computer, disregard the command "source config/environment" from the lab instructions¶



Good luck!

Teacher Giampiero Salvi edited 28 January 2016

Hi all,

I saw that many are willing to run the lab on their own Ubuntu computers. Here are building instructions for HTK (version 3.4.1) that worked for me on Ubuntu 14.04:

sudo apt-get install libc6-dev-i386./configure --disable-hslab --disable-hlmtools --prefix=/opt/htkmake allsudo mkdir /opt/htksudo make install

Then you will need to add the path to your PATH variable, for example with adding this line

in bash:

export PATH=/opt/htk/bin:$PATH

in tcsh:

setenv PATH=/opt/htk/bin:$PATH

Test if it works by running any of the HTK commands, for example HList

For the lab to work, you will also need to install Wavesurfer with:

apt-get install libsnack-alsa wavesurfer

Finally, if you do the lab on your computer, disregard the command "source config/environment" from the lab instructions

Good luck!

Teacher commented 28 January 2016

Hi again,

now I had the time to actually test the commands with a fresh Ubuntu 14.04.3 installation and I realized the above instructions are somewhat incomplete. If you want to run on your own machine I recommend you use the new lab files I made available under the lab1 page (dated 2016-01-28).

 
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