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Speech and audio signal processing : processing and perception of speech and music / Ben Gold, Nelson Morgan ; with contributions from Hervé Bourlard, Eric Fosler-Lussier, and Jeff Gilbert.

By: Gold, BenContributor(s): Morgan, NelsonMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: New York : Wiley, 2000. Description: xviii, 537 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0471351547 (alk. paper); 9780471351542Subject(s): Speech processing systems | Signal processing -- Digital techniques | Electronic musicDDC classification: 621.3822 LOC classification: TK7882.S65 | G65 2000Online resources: Publisher description | Table of Contents | WorldCat details
Contents:
Ch. 1. Introduction -- pt. I. Historical Background. Ch. 2. Synthetic Audio: A Brief History. Ch. 3. Speech Analysis and Synthesis Overview. Ch. 4. Brief History of Automatic Speech Recognition. Ch. 5. Speech-Recognition Overview -- pt. II. Mathematical Background. Ch. 6. Digital Signal Processing. Ch. 7. Digital Filters and Discrete Fourier Transform. Ch. 8. Pattern Classification. Ch. 9. Statistical Pattern Classification -- pt. III. Acoustic. Ch. 10. Wave Basics. Ch. 11. Acoustic Tube Modeling of Speech Production. Ch. 12. Music Production. Ch. 13. Room Acoustics -- pt. IV. Auditory Perception. Ch. 14. Ear Physiology. Ch. 15. Psychoacoustics. Ch. 16. Models of Pitch Perception. Ch. 17. Speech Perception. Ch. 18. Human Speech Recognition -- pt. V. Speech Features. Ch. 19. The Auditory System as a Filter Bank. Ch. 20. The Cepstrum as a Spectral Analyzer. Ch. 21. Linear Prediction -- pt. VI. Automatic Speech Recognition. TOC
Summary: Speech and Audio Signal Processing provides the most current and comprehensive coverage of speech and audio signal processing available today. These topics include everything from basic foundation material on digital signal processing, pattern recognition acoustics, and hearing to material of historical significance not found anywhere else. The text also contains a range of applications of the technology, with strong focus on speech recognition and coding."--Jacket.
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Online version:
Gold, Bernard.
Speech and audio signal processing.
New York : Wiley, 2000
(OCoLC)607366014

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Ch. 1. Introduction --
pt. I. Historical Background. Ch. 2. Synthetic Audio: A Brief History. Ch. 3. Speech Analysis and Synthesis Overview. Ch. 4. Brief History of Automatic Speech Recognition. Ch. 5. Speech-Recognition Overview --
pt. II. Mathematical Background. Ch. 6. Digital Signal Processing. Ch. 7. Digital Filters and Discrete Fourier Transform. Ch. 8. Pattern Classification. Ch. 9. Statistical Pattern Classification --
pt. III. Acoustic. Ch. 10. Wave Basics. Ch. 11. Acoustic Tube Modeling of Speech Production. Ch. 12. Music Production. Ch. 13. Room Acoustics --
pt. IV. Auditory Perception. Ch. 14. Ear Physiology. Ch. 15. Psychoacoustics. Ch. 16. Models of Pitch Perception. Ch. 17. Speech Perception. Ch. 18. Human Speech Recognition --
pt. V. Speech Features. Ch. 19. The Auditory System as a Filter Bank. Ch. 20. The Cepstrum as a Spectral Analyzer. Ch. 21. Linear Prediction --
pt. VI. Automatic Speech Recognition. TOC

Speech and Audio Signal Processing provides the most current and comprehensive coverage of speech and audio signal processing available today. These topics include everything from basic foundation material on digital signal processing, pattern recognition acoustics, and hearing to material of historical significance not found anywhere else. The text also contains a range of applications of the technology, with strong focus on speech recognition and coding."--Jacket.

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