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The initial development of flite was primarily done by awb while travelling, perhaps the name is doubly appropriate as a substantial amount of the coding was done over 30,000ft). During most of that time awb was funded by the Language Technologies Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
Kevin A. Lenzo was involved in the design, conversion techniques and representations for the voice distributed with flite (as well as being the actual voice itself).
Other contributions are:
The duration cart tree and intonation (accent and F0) models for the US English voice were derived from the models in the Festival distribution. which in turn were trained from the Boston University FM Radio Data Corpus.
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