Separated Linear Prediction - A new all-pole modelling technique for speech analysis

@article{Varho1998SeparatedLP,
  title={Separated Linear Prediction - A new all-pole modelling technique for speech analysis},
  author={Susanna Varho and Paavo Alku},
  journal={Speech Communication},
  year={1998},
  volume={24},
  pages={111-121}
}
This study presents a new predictive method, Separated Linear Prediction (SLP), for spectral estimation of speech. The prediction of the signal value x(n) is computed from its p + 1 preceding samples by emphasising among the previous samples the one which is located next to sample x(n). All the p samples from x(n 2) to x(n (p + 1)) are linearly extrapolated with x(n 1) to obtain p new values, which are used for prediction. Optimisation of the filter coefficients is computed using the… CONTINUE READING

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