Comparison of Parametric Representations for Monosyllabic Word Recognition in Continuously Spoken Se

@inproceedings{Davis1980ComparisonOP,
  title={Comparison of Parametric Representations for Monosyllabic Word Recognition in Continuously Spoken Se},
  author={S. Davis and Paul Mermelstein},
  year={1980}
}
Several parametric representations of the acoustic signal were compared with regard to word recognition performance in a syllable-oriented continuous speech recognition system. The vocabulary included many phonetically similar monosyllabic words, therefore the emphasis was on the ability to retain phonetically significant acoustic information in the face of syntactic and duration variations. For each parameter set (based on a mel-frequency cepstrum, a linear frequency cepstrum, a linear… 

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