Speech Time-Frequency Representations / Edition 1

Speech Time-Frequency Representations / Edition 1

by Michael D. Riley
     
 

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780898382983
Publisher:
Springer US
Publication date:
01/31/1989
Series:
The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, #63
Edition description:
1989
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
0.50(w) x 9.21(h) x 6.14(d)

Table of Contents

1 Introduction.- 2 The Time-Frequency Energy Representation.- 2.1. The stationary case.- 2.2. The quasi-stationary case.- 2.3. Non-stationarity.- 2.4. Joint time-frequency representations.- 2.5. Design criteria for time-frequency representations.- 2.6. Relations among the design criteria.- 2.7. Satisfying the design criteria.- 2.8. Directional time-frequency transforms.- 2.9. A speech example.- 3 Time-Frequency Filtering.- 3.1. The stationary case.- 3.2. Non-stationary vocal tract.- 3.3. Time-frequency filtering.- 3.4. The stationary case — re-examined.- 3.5. Linearly varying modulation frequency.- 3.6. The quasi-stationary case.- 3.7. Smoothly varying modulation frequency.- 3.8. The vocal tract transfer function.- 3.9. The transmission channel.- 3.10. The excitation.- 4 The Schematic Spectrogram.- 4.1. Rationale.- 4.2. Spectral Peaks.- 4.3. Time-frequency ridges — non-directional kernel.- 4.4. Time-frequency ridges — directional kernel.- 4.5. Signal detection and ridge identification.- 4.6. Continuity and grouping.- 4.7. A perspective.- 5 A Catalog of Examples.- 5.1. Some general examples.- 5.2. Liquids and glides.- 5.3. Nasalized vowels.- 5.4. Consonant-vowel transitions.- 5.5. Female speech.- 5.6. Transmission channel effects.- References.

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