A Compressive Sensing-based Speech Signal Processing System for Wearable Computing Device in IPTV Environment

@inproceedings{KueiHong2013ACS,
  title={A Compressive Sensing-based Speech Signal Processing System for Wearable Computing Device in IPTV Environment},
  author={Lin Kuei-Hong and Lin Cheng-Hsun and Chung Kuo-Huang and Lin Kai-Shun},
  booktitle={ICMT 2013},
  year={2013}
}
  • Lin Kuei-Hong, Lin Cheng-Hsun, +1 author Lin Kai-Shun
  • Published in ICMT 2013
  • Computer Science
  • A design of compressive sensing (CS)-based speech signal processing (SSP) system for wearable computing device (WCD) in internet protocol television (IPTV) environment is proposed in this study. In WCD, the voice control would be an important function since the WCD is too small to provide typing device. Hence, the quality of the recorded user’s comments will determine the user experience (UX) of the interactions between the user and the WCD. For building a user-friendly entertainment… CONTINUE READING

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