Jerneja Gros

Also published as: Jerneja Žganec Gros


SI-PRON: A Pronunciation Lexicon for Slovenian
Jerneja Žganec Gros | Varja Cvetko-Orešnik | Primož Jakopin | Aleš Mihelič
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’06)

We present the efforts involved in designing SI-PRON, a comprehensive machine-readable pronunciation lexicon for Slovenian. It has been built from two sources and contains all the lemmas from the Dictionary of Standard Slovenian (SSKJ), the most frequent inflected word forms found in contemporary Slovenian texts, and a first pass of inflected word forms derived from SSKJ lemmas. The lexicon file contains the orthography, corresponding pronunciations, lemmas and morphosyntactic descriptors of lexical entries in a format based on requirements defined by the W3C Voice Browser Activity. The current version of the SI-PRON pronunciation lexicon contains over 1.4 million lexical entries. The word list determination procedure, the generation and validation of phonetic transcriptions, and the lexicon format are described in the paper. Along with Onomastica, SI-PRON presents a valuable language resource for linguistic studies and research of speech technologies for Slovenian. The lexicon is already being used by the AlpSynth Slovenian text-to-speech synthesis system and for generating audio samples of the SSKJ word list.


Corpora of Slovene Spoken Language for Multi-lingual Applications
Jerneja Gros | France Mihelič | Simon Dobrišek | Tomaž Erjavec | Mario Žganec
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’00)

Labeling of Prosodic Events in Slovenian Speech Database GOPOLIS
France Mihelič | Jerneja Gros | Elmar Nöth | Volker Warnke
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’00)


Segmentation and Labelling of Slovenian Diphone Inventories
Jerneja Gros | Ivo Ipsic | Simon Dobrisek | France Mihelic | Nikola Pavesic
COLING 1996 Volume 1: The 16th International Conference on Computational Linguistics