Choice of Filter Order in Lpc Analysis of Vowels

@inproceedings{Vallabha2004ChoiceOF,
  title={Choice of Filter Order in Lpc Analysis of Vowels},
  author={Gautam K Vallabha and Betty Tuller},
  year={2004}
}
In studies of vowel perception and production, the formants of the signal are usually estimated using Linear Predictive Coding (LPC) analysis. The order of the LPC filter is typically estimated by starting with a heuristic value (e.g. the sampling frequency in kHz) and adjusting it in a trialand-error manner. This method is adequate when analyzing a few sounds, but it is cumbersome for studies involving large vowel corpora (and error-prone, since underand over-estimation of the filter order can… CONTINUE READING

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