Publication detail

LPC and CCF Vocal Tract Models in Speech Synthesis.

VÍCH, R., SMÉKAL? Z.

Original Title

LPC and CCF Vocal Tract Models in Speech Synthesis.

English Title

LPC and CCF Vocal Tract Models in Speech Synthesis.

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In the paper a new cepstral continued fraction zero-pole model for speech synthesis is presented. It is based on the cosine expansion of the logarithmic short time spectrum of the windowed speech signal and the synthesis is realized by adaptive approximative inverse cepstral transform using continued fraction digital filter structures. These structures were implemented on a digital signal processor. The spectrum modelling properties for this approach and those obtained by linear predictive coding are compared.

English abstract

In the paper a new cepstral continued fraction zero-pole model for speech synthesis is presented. It is based on the cosine expansion of the logarithmic short time spectrum of the windowed speech signal and the synthesis is realized by adaptive approximative inverse cepstral transform using continued fraction digital filter structures. These structures were implemented on a digital signal processor. The spectrum modelling properties for this approach and those obtained by linear predictive coding are compared.

Keywords

Vocal Tract Model

RIV year

2004

Released

08.09.1998

Publisher

Typorama Editions

Location

Rhodos

ISBN

960-7620-05-4

Book

Proceedings of Eusipco-98

Edition

první

Edition number

první

Pages from

1861

Pages to

1864

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT17885,
  author="Zdeněk {Smékal} and Robert {Vích}",
  title="LPC and CCF Vocal Tract Models in Speech Synthesis.",
  annote="In the paper a new cepstral continued fraction zero-pole model for speech synthesis is presented. It is based on the cosine expansion of the logarithmic short time spectrum of the windowed speech signal and the synthesis is realized by adaptive approximative inverse cepstral transform using continued fraction digital filter structures. These structures were implemented on a digital signal processor. The spectrum modelling properties for this approach and those obtained by linear predictive coding are compared.",
  address="Typorama Editions",
  booktitle="Proceedings of Eusipco-98",
  chapter="17885",
  edition="první",
  institution="Typorama Editions",
  number="1",
  year="1998",
  month="september",
  pages="1861",
  publisher="Typorama Editions",
  type="conference paper"
}