Dynamic partial search scheme for stochastic codebook of FS1016 CELP coder

  title={Dynamic partial search scheme for stochastic codebook of FS1016 CELP coder},
  author={An-Nan Suen and Jhing-Fa Wang and T.-C . Yao},
The authors present a new classified dynamic partial search structure for the stochastic codebook of the FS1016 CELP coder to replace the fixed partial search for selecting the best excitation vector of the stochastic codebook. In the proposed scheme, the conventional one-stage stochastic codebook search is substituted with a two-stage dynamic method for reducing the computational complexity without degrading the voice quality. The establishment of this structure is based on two classifiers… 

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