Speech analysis and segmentation by parametric filtering

@article{Li1996SpeechAA,
  title={Speech analysis and segmentation by parametric filtering},
  author={Ta-Hsin Li and Jerry D. Gibson},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Speech and Audio Processing},
  year={1996},
  volume={4},
  pages={203-213}
}
A new set of digital signal processing techniques for detecting changes in a speech signal is considered. The overall approach is called parametricjltering, and it yields several promising new diagnostics for speech analysis and segmentation including in particular, the demodulated lag-one autocorrelation 70 ( q ) , the time-correlation analysis plot, and the 7 0 (7)-based distortion measures. Initial experiments described in this paper establish the potential significance of the parametric… CONTINUE READING
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