[sndtools] SPEECH PROCESSIGN from INDIA
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Fri Sep 17 23:13:26 EDT 2010
The Atal paper is the first, by the inventor. A great overview a few
years later was:
Makhoul, "Linear Prediction: A Tutorial Review"
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On Sep 17, 2010, at 3:37 PM, Ananya Misra <amisra at CS.Princeton.EDU>
> Hi Raktim,
> The canonical paper on LPC is probably "Speech Analysis and Synthesis
> by Linear Prediction of the Speech Wave" by B. Atal, Journal of the
> Acoustical Society of America (1970/71). Perhaps others have
> suggestions for more recent tutorials and papers.
> The relevant visualization software in the sndtools package is rt_lpc:
> It's open source, so you can also enjoy the source code in this
> On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 2:49 AM, Raktim Haldar
> <raktim.halder21 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Princeton University,
>> I am an Electronics Engineer by profession. I am from India , and
>> wish to do some works on the very interesting topic,' REAL-TIME TEXT
>> INDEPENDENT SPEECH RECOGNITION'. This is really challenging as no
>> system can recognize speech with more than 80% accuracy. We
>> individually have done some works on this topic using MATLAB. I found
>> some usefulness of LINEAR PREDICTIVE CODES in speech synthesis and
>> voice recognition, But due to lack of facilities and resources we can
>> not progress especially on this particular aspect.
>> I found that you are one of the pioneers of this
>> field. So I like to ask your help. Can you provide me some very
>> papers and tutorials on this 'LPC' ? It will be also very helpful if
>> you provide me a .EXE file or software which can show me a demo of
>> 'LINEAR PREDICTIVE CODE ANALYSIS' and its 'RESIDUE' analysis.
>> Hope you can find a little bit time from your busy
>> schedule for me. I need your help badly.
>> Thank You very Much.
>> Yours faithfully
>> Raktim haldar
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