Linear predictive coding

@article{OShaughnessy1988LinearPC,
  title={Linear predictive coding},
  author={Douglas D. O'Shaughnessy},
  journal={IEEE Potentials},
  year={1988},
  volume={7},
  pages={29-32}
}
The basic principles of linear predictive coding (LPC) are presented. Least-squares methods for obtaining the LPC coefficients characterizing the all-pole filter are described. Computational factors, instantaneous updating, and spectral estimation are discussed.<<ETX>> 

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