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Rainer Martin

Advances in Digital Speech Transmission

€ 146.95

Building on Vary/Martin Digital Speech Transmission (Wiley), this book provides a well balanced cross section of topics such as speech coding for Voice over IP, blind source separation, digital hearing aids and speech processing for automatic speech recognition.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface.

1. Introduction (Rainer Martin, Ulrich Heute, Christiane Antweiler).

I. Speech Quality Assessment.

2. Speech Transmission Quality: Aspects and Assessment for Wideband vs. Narrowband Signals (Ulrich Heute)

2.1 Introduction.

2.2 Speech Signals.

2.3 Telephone Band Speech Signals.

2.4 Wideband Speech Signals.

2.5 Speech Quality Assessment.

2.6 Wideband Speech Quality Assessment.

2.7 Concluding Remarks.

3. Parametric Quality Assessment of Narrowband Speech (Marc Werner).

3.1 Introduction.

3.2 Simulations of GSM and UMTS Speech Transmissions.

3.3 Speech Quality Measures based on Transmission Parameters.

3.4 Discussion and Conclusions.

II. Adaptive Algorithms in Acoustic Signal Processing.

4. Kalman Filtering in Acoustic Echo Control: A Smooth Ride on a Rocky Road (Gerald Enzner).

4.1 Introduction.

4.2 A Comprehensive Theory of Acoustic Echo Control.

4.3 The Kalman Filter for Conditional Mean and Covariance Estimation.

4.4 AEC Performance of the Frequency Domain Adaptive Kalman Filter.

4.5 Discussion and Conclusions.

5. Noise Reduction Statistical Analysis and Control of Musical Noise (Colin Breithaupt, Rainer Martin).

5.1 Introduction.

5.2 Speech Enhancement in the DFT Domain.

5.3 Measurement and Assessment of Unnatural Fluctuations.

5.4 Avoidance of Processing Artifacts.

5.5 Control of Spectral Fluctuations in the Cepstral Domain.

5.6 Discussion and Conclusions. 

5.7 Acknowledgements.

5.8 Appendix.

6 Acoustic Source Localization with Microphone Arrays (Nilesh Madhu, Rainer Martin).

6.1 Introduction.

6.2 SignalModel.

6.2.1 Continuous Time Model.

6.3 Localization Approach Taxonomy.

6.4 Indirect Localization Approaches.

6.5 Direct Localization Approaches.

6.6 Evaluation of Localization Algorithms.

6.7 Conclusions.

7. Multi Channel System Identification with Perfect Sequences (Christiane Antweiler).

7.1 Introduction.

7.2 System Identification with Perfect Sequences.

7.3 Multi Channel System Identification.

7.4 Applications.

7.5 Discussion and Conclusions.

III. Speech Coding for Heterogeneous Networks.

8. Embedded Speech Coding: From G.711 to G.729.1 (Bernd Geiser, St´ephane Ragot, Herv´e Taddei).

8.1 Introduction.

8.2 Theory and Tools of Embedded Speech Coding.

8.3 Embedded Speech Coding Methods.

8.4 Standardized Embedded Speech Coders.

8.5 Network Aspects of Embedded Speech Coding.

8.6 Conclusions and Perspectives.

Bibliography.

9. Backwards Compatible Wideband Telephony (Peter Jax).

9.1 Introduction.

9.2 From Narrowband Telephony to Wideband Telephony.

9.3 Stand Alone Bandwidth Extension.

9.4 Embedded Wideband Coding Using Bandwidth Extension Techniques.

9.5 Combination of Bandwidth Extension with Watermarking.

9.6 Advanced Transmission of Highband Parameters.

9.7 Conclusions.

Bibliography.

IV. Joint Source Channel Coding.

10 Parameter Models and Estimators in Soft Decision Source Decoding (Tim Fingscheidt).

10.1 Introduction.

10.2 Overview to Soft Decision Source Decoding.

10.3 The Markovian Parameter Model.

10.4 Basic Extrapolative Estimators.

10.5 Joint Extrapolative Estimation of Two Different Parameters.

10.6 Extrapolative Estimation with Repeated Parameter Transmission.

10.7 Interpolative Estimation of a Parameter.

10.8 Discussion and Conclusions.

11 Optimal MMSE Estimation for Vector Sources with Spatially and Temporally Correlated Elements (Stefan Heinen, Marc Adrat).

11.1 Introduction.

11.2 Source Model.

11.3 Transmission Channel.

11.4 Optimal MMSE Parameter Estimator.

11.5 Near Optimal MMSE Parameter Estimator.

11.6 Illustrative Comparison.

11.7 Simulation Results.

11.8 Conclusions.

12. Source Optimized Channel Codes & Source Controlled Channel Decoding (Stefan Heinen, Thomas Hindelang).

12.1 Introduction.

12.2 The Transmission System Used as Reference.

12.3 Source Optimized Channel Coding (SOCC).

12.4 Source Controlled Channel Decoding (SCCD).

12.5 Comparison of SOCC versus SCCD.

12.6 Conclusions.

13. Iterative Source Channel Decoding & Turbo DeCodulation (Marc Adrat, Thorsten Clevorn, Laurent Schmalen).

13.1 Introduction. 

13.2 The Key of the Turbo Principle: Extrinsic Information.

13.3 Iterative Source Channel Decoding (ISCD).

13.4 Turbo DeCodulation (TDeC).

13.5 Conclusions.

Bibliography.

V. Speech Processing in Hearing Instruments.

14. Binaural Signal Processing in Hearing Aids (Volkmar Hamacher, Ulrich Kornagel, Thomas Lotter, Henning Puder).

14.1 Introduction.

14.2 Wireless System for Hearing Aids.

14.3 Binaural Classification Systems.

14.4 Binaural Beamformer.

14.5 Blind Source Separation (BSS).

14.6 Conclusions.

15. Auditory profile based Physical Evaluation of Multi microphone Noise Reduction Techniques in Hearing Instruments (Koen Eneman, Arne Leijon, Simon Doclo, Ann Spriet, Marc Moonen, Jan Wouters).

15.1 Introduction.

15.2 Multi microphone Noise Reduction in Hearing Instruments.

15.3 Auditory profile based Physical Evaluation.

15.4 Test Conditions.

15.5 Simulation Results.

15.6 Discussion.

15.7 Conclusions.

Bibliography.

VI. Speech Processing for Man Machine Interfaces.

16. Automatic Speech Recognition in Adverse Acoustic Conditions  (Hans Gunter Hirsch).

16.1 Introduction.

16.2 Structure of Speech Recognition Systems.

16.3 Acoustic Scenarios during Speech Input.

16.4 Improving the Recognition Performance in Adverse Conditions.

16.5 Conclusions.

17. Speaker Classification for Next Generation Voice Dialog Systems (Felix Burkhardt, Florian Metze, Joachim Stegmann).

17.1 Introduction.

17.2 Speaker Classification.

17.3 Detection of Age and Gender.

17.4 Detection of Anger.

17.5 Applications in IVR Systems.

17.6 Discussion and Conclusion.

Index.

Permissions List.
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Hardback
572 pagina's
Januari 2008
1111 gram
248 x 178 x 38 mm
Wiley-Blackwell us

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