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CH_LAB(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						 CH_LAB(1)

ch_lab -- change/copy label files SYNOPSIS
ch_lab [-S frame spacing] [-start time] [-end time] [-ext file extension] [-extract file] [-extend time] [-f sample frequency] [-lf sample frequency] [-itype file type] [-key key file] [-lablist list of labels] [-length time] [-map map file] [-name feature name] [-class class] [-o output file] [-otype file type] [-pad high | low] [-pos list of labels] [-q timestep] [-range range] [-sed sed file] [fl shift time delta] [-style output stype] [-vocab vocab file] [-verify] [-nopath] [-base] [-combine] [-divide] [-h] input files ... DESCRIPTION
ch_lab copies from one or more input label files to an output label file, optionally performing various operations along the way. The following option flags are recognized: -h Print a summary of usage to standard output. -S frame spacing frame spacing of output -start time start time, in seconds, for label extraction -end time end time, in seconds, for label extraction -ext file extension filename extension to use for multiple output files -extract file extract a single file from a list of files -extend time extend track file by time seconds beyond label file -f sample frequency sample frequency of label file -lf sample frequency sample frequency for labels -itype file type type of input label file: esps htk ogi -key key file key label file -lablist list list of labels to be considered as blank -length time length of track produced, in seconds -map map file label mapping file -name feature name eg. Fo Phoneme -class class name of class defined in op file -o output file output file name -otype file type output file type: xmg, ascii, esps, htk -pad high | low pad with high or low values -pos list list of labels to be regarded as 'pos' -q timestep quantize label timings to nearst value -range range difference between high and low values -sed sed file perform regex editing using sed file fl shift time delta shift the times of the labels -style output style output style e.g. track -vocab file file containing list of words in vocabulary -verify check that only labels in vocab file are in label file -nopath ignore pathnames when searching label lists -base use base filenames for lists of label files -combine -divide SEE ALSO
ch_wave(1) ch_track(1) Edinburgh Speech Tools April 5, 2001 Edinburgh Speech Tools

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blcompare(3TSOL)				       Trusted Extensions Library Functions					  blcompare(3TSOL)

blcompare, blequal, bldominates, blstrictdom, blinrange - compare binary labels SYNOPSIS
cc [flag...] file... -ltsol [library...] #include <tsol/label.h> int blequal(const m_label_t *label1, const m_label_t *label2); int bldominates(const m_label_t *label1, const m_label_t *label2); int blstrictdom(const m_label_t *label1, const m_label_t *label2); int blinrange(const m_label_t *label, const brange_t *range); DESCRIPTION
These functions compare binary labels for meeting a particular condition. The blequal() function compares two labels for equality. The bldominates() function compares label label1 for dominance over label label2. The blstrictdom() function compares label label1 for strict dominance over label label2. The blinrange() function compares label label for dominance over range->lower_bound and range->upper_bound for dominance over level label. RETURN VALUES
These functions return non-zero if their respective conditions are met, otherwise zero is returned. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Committed | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |MT-Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
getplabel(3TSOL), label_to_str(3TSOL), libtsol(3LIB), ucred_getlabel(3C), label_encodings(4), attributes(5), labels(5) Determining the Relationship Between Two Labels in Solaris Trusted Extensions Developer's Guide NOTES
The functionality described on this manual page is available only if the system is configured with Trusted Extensions. SunOS 5.11 20 Jul 2007 blcompare(3TSOL)
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