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Signal Processing

Speech Signal processing transforms speech acoustics to features which represent speech information (for instance the distribution of energy over time and frequency), and vice versa. 

  • ·        Lectures 11-20 in Roger Moore’s course on Speech Processing  cover speech signal processing. They are written for Computer Science students and assume some mathematical knowledge. They make use of the visual programming language Pure Data.
  • ·        Dan Ellis  covers speech signal processing from first principles: this is a non-mathematical treatment.
  • ·        A series of 6 lectures by Professor E. Ambikairajah on YouTube  covers Speech and Audio Processing, following Rabiner’s classic textbook. The urls are

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