KALAKA-3: a database for the recognition of spoken European languages on YouTube audios

This paper describes the main features of KALAKA-3, a speech database specifically designed for the development and evaluation of language recognition systems. The database provides TV broadcast speech for training, and audio data extracted from YouTube videos for tuning and testing... (read more)

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