Speech Processing: A Dynamic and Optimization-Oriented Approach

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CRC Press, Jun 18, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 752 pages
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Based on years of instruction and field expertise, this volume offers the necessary tools to understand all scientific, computational, and technological aspects of speech processing. The book emphasizes mathematical abstraction, the dynamics of the speech process, and the engineering optimization practices that promote effective problem solving in this area of research and covers many years of the authors' personal research on speech processing. Speech Processing helps build valuable analytical skills to help meet future challenges in scientific and technological advances in the field and considers the complex transition from human speech processing to computer speech processing.
 

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Contents

DiscreteTime Signals Systems and Transforms
3
Analysis of DiscreteTime Speech Signals
29
Probability and Random Processes
65
Deng
69
Linear Model and Dynamic System Model
97
Optimization Methods and Estimation Theory
121
Statistical Pattern Recognition
179
Phonetic Process
203
Computational Models for Speech Production
333
Computational Models for Auditory Speech Processing
383
Speech Recognition
433
Speech Enhancement
511
hancement
523
Speech Synthesis
559
References
581
Douglas OShaughnessy
607

Phonological Process
263
COMPUTATIONAL PHONOLOGY AND PHONETICS
295

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