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Download Digital Processing of Speech Signals (Prentice-Hall Series by Lawrence R. Rabiner, Ronald W. Schafer PDF

By Lawrence R. Rabiner, Ronald W. Schafer

The fabric during this ebook is meant as a one-semester direction in speech processing. the aim of this article is to teach how electronic sign processing concepts will be utilized to difficulties on the topic of speech communique. The publication provides an in depth description of the actual foundation for speech coding together with fourier research, electronic illustration and electronic and time area versions of the wave shape. It is going directly to speak about homomorphic speech processing, linear predictive coding and electronic processing for computing device conversation via voice.

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