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Analysis of Voiced Speech Excitation Due to Alcohol Intoxication

Originální název

Analysis of Voiced Speech Excitation Due to Alcohol Intoxication

Anglický název

Analysis of Voiced Speech Excitation Due to Alcohol Intoxication

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A significant part of information carried in speech signal refers to the speaker. This paper deals with investigating alcohol intoxication based on analyzing recorded speech signal. Speech changes resulting from alcohol intoxication were investigated in the waveform of glottal pulses estimated from speech by applying the Iterative Adaptive Inverse Filtering. Experimental results show that analysis of glottal excitation appears to be a useful approach to provide evidence of alcohol intoxication of over 1 permille.

Anglický abstrakt

A significant part of information carried in speech signal refers to the speaker. This paper deals with investigating alcohol intoxication based on analyzing recorded speech signal. Speech changes resulting from alcohol intoxication were investigated in the waveform of glottal pulses estimated from speech by applying the Iterative Adaptive Inverse Filtering. Experimental results show that analysis of glottal excitation appears to be a useful approach to provide evidence of alcohol intoxication of over 1 permille.

BibTex


@article{BUT72530,
  author="Milan {Sigmund} and Petr {Zelinka}",
  title="Analysis of Voiced Speech Excitation Due to Alcohol Intoxication",
  annote="A significant part of information carried in speech signal refers to the speaker. This paper deals with investigating alcohol intoxication based on analyzing recorded speech signal. Speech changes resulting from alcohol intoxication were investigated in the waveform of glottal pulses estimated from speech by applying the Iterative Adaptive Inverse Filtering. Experimental results show that analysis of glottal excitation appears to be a useful approach to provide evidence of alcohol intoxication of over 1 permille.",
  chapter="72530",
  journal="Information Technology and Control",
  number="2",
  volume="40",
  year="2011",
  month="june",
  pages="145--150",
  type="journal article - other"
}