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In linguistics, a triphone is a sequence of three phonemes. Triphones are useful in models of natural language processing where they are used to establish the various contexts in which a phoneme can occur in a particular natural language.
- Jurafsky, Daniel; James H. Martin (2008). Speech and Language Processing. Prentice Hall. p. 346. ISBN 0-13-187321-0.
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