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CMUSphinx- base
Sphinx is a speaker-independent large vocabulary continuous speech recognizer. It is also a collection of free and open source tools and resources that allows researchers and developers to build speech recognition systems. The packages that the CMU Sphinx Group is releasing are a set of reasonably mature, world-class speech components that provide a basic level of technology to anyone interested in creating speech-using applications without the once-prohibitive initial investment cost in research and development; the same components are open to peer review by all researchers in the field, and are used for linguistic research as well.

Documentation and


Download version 0.4.1 (beta)
released on 17 February 2009


Related Projects


LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
BSD 2ClauseKelly Hopkins17 February 2009
ISCKelly Hopkins17 February 2009

Leaders and contributors

Yitao Sun Maintainer
Arthur Chan Maintainer
David Huggins-Daines Maintainer
Evandro Gouvêa Maintainer
Mosur Ravishankar Maintainer

Resources and communication

Audience Resource type URI
Support Forum
Developer Download
Developer Homepage
Bug Tracking Bug Tracking
General Forum

Software prerequisites

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 17 February 2009.


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