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In recent years, recurrent neural network language models (RNNLMs) have become increasingly popular for a range of applications including speech recognition. However, the training of RNNLMs is computationally expensive, which limits the quantity of data, and size of network, that can be used. In order to fully exploit the power of RNNLMs, efficient training implementations are required. This paper introduces an open-source toolkit, the CUED-RNNLM toolkit, which supports efficient GPU-based training of RNNLMs.


Most current language recognition systems model different levels of information such as acoustic, prosodic, phonotactic, etc. independently and combine the model likelihoods in order to make a decision. However, these are single level systems that treat all languages identically and hence incapable of exploiting any similarities that may exist within groups of languages.