Mixed-phase AR models for voiced speech and perceptual cost functions

@inproceedings{Gardner1994MixedphaseAM,
  title={Mixed-phase AR models for voiced speech and perceptual cost functions},
  author={William R. Gardner and Bhaskar D. Rao},
  booktitle={ICASSP},
  year={1994}
}
Mixed-phase AR models are introduced for encoding the magnitudes and phases of the harmonics of voiced speech. Motivation for the use of the mixed-phase AR models is given and several cost functions are introduced, forming the basis for algorit hnis which estimate the model parameters. .4n efficient algorithm based on a quasi-linear least squares .ippro;i.ch is presented, and a more sophisticated algorithm based on the perceptual masking properties of the ear is described. When the algorithms… CONTINUE READING

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