Speech coding algorithms: foundation and evolution of standardized coders

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J. Wiley, May 1, 2003 - Computers - 558 pages
  • Speech coding is a highly mature branch of signal processing deployed in products such as cellular phones, communication devices, and more recently, voice over internet protocol
  • This book collects many of the techniques used in speech coding and presents them in an accessible fashion
  • Emphasizes the foundation and evolution of standardized speech coders, covering standards from 1984 to the present
  • The theory behind the applications is thoroughly analyzed and proved

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
SIGNAL PROCESSING TECHNIQUES
33
STOCHASTIC PROCESSES AND MODELS
62
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WAI C. CHU earned a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. His industry experience includes positions at Texas Instruments and various startup companies in the multimedia field. Currently at DoCoMo USA Labs (San Jose, California), he is involved with R&&D activities in speech/audio coding, digital signal processing, and multimedia applications.

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