Auditory-based speech processing based on the average localized synchrony detection

  title={Auditory-based speech processing based on the average localized synchrony detection},
  author={Ahmed M. Abdelatty Ali and Jan Van der Spiegel and Paul Mueller},
In this paper, a new auditory-based speech processing system based on the biologically rooted property of average localized synchrony detection (ALSD) is proposed. The system detects periodicity in the speech signal at Bark-scaled frequencies while reducing the response’s spurious peaks and sensitivity to implementation mismatches, and hence presents a consistent and robust representation of the formants. The system is evaluated for its formant extraction ability while reducing spurious peaks… CONTINUE READING

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