4 edition of Techniques in speech acoustics found in the catalog.
Techniques in speech acoustics
|Statement||Jonathan Harrington and Steve Cassidy.|
|Series||Text, speech, and language technology -- v. 8|
|Contributions||Cassidy, Steve, 1952-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||99022917|
Techniques of speech synthesis, recognition analysis by machines, and speech technologies are thoroughly explained. Anyone interested in speech acoustics, acoustic phonetics, speech and hearing science, psychoacoustics, and speech perception at any Price Range: $ - $ Among the literature on acoustics the book of Pierce  is an excellent introduction available for a low price from the Acoustical Society of America. In the preparation of the lecture notes we consulted various books which cover different aspects of the.
Signal processing techniques which find major application in different areas of acoustics are well presented from different perspectives . this compendium is an excellent reference for engineers and professionals working in acoustics.” (Joaquin E. Moran, Noise Control Engineering Journal, Vol. 58 (6), November-December, ). Techniques rooted in speech enhancement are included, in addition to a substantial treatment of multichannel blind acoustic system identification and inversion. The TRINICON framework is shown in the context of dereverberation to be a powerful generalization of the signal processing for a important range of analysis and enhancement techniques.
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Techniques in Speech Acoustics provides an introduction to the acoustic analysis and characteristics of speech sounds. The first part of the book covers aspects of the source-filter decomposition of speech, spectrographic analysis, the acoustic theory of speech production and acoustic phonetic : Springer Netherlands.
Techniques in Speech Acoustics (Text, Speech and Language Technology Book 8) - Kindle edition by Harrington, J., Cassidy, S. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Techniques in Speech Acoustics (Text, Speech and Language Technology Book 8).Cited by: Techniques in Speech Acoustics provides an introduction to the acoustic analysis and characteristics of speech sounds.
The first part of the book covers aspects of the source-filter decomposition of speech, spectrographic analysis, the acoustic theory of speech production and acoustic phonetic cues.
Techniques in Speech Acoustics provides an introduction to the acoustic analysis and characteristics of speech sounds. The first part of the book covers aspects of the source-filter decomposition of speech, spectrographic analysis, the acoustic theory of speech production and acoustic phonetic cues.
The second part is based on computational techniques for analysing the acoustic speech signal /5(2). "Techniques in Speech Acoustics provides an introduction to the acoustic analysis and characteristics of speech sounds. The first part of the book covers aspects of the source-filter decomposition of speech, spectrographic analysis, the acoustic theory of speech production and acoustic phonetic cues.
In this part of the book, we cover fundamental aspects of time and frequency domain processing of speech signals (Chapters 5 and 6).
Chapters i and 8 are concerned with digital techniques for combining (in digital formant synthesis) and separating (in linear predictive coding) the contributions of the source and filter to the acoustic speech. The theory that explains the radiated acoustics in terms of the vocal mechanism that produces them is called the acoustic theory of speech production, or source–filter theory.[1,19] It was developed by the Swedish speech scientist Gunnar Fant, and the first full account was given in his book Acoustic Theory of Speech Production.
This book is intended to present the fundamentals of room acoustics in a systematic and comprehensive way so that the information thus provided may be used for the acoustical design of rooms and as a guide to the techniques of associated measurement.
These fundamentals are twofold in nature: the generation and propaga. and room acoustics and (3) to assist with advice whenever possible. The editing and publishing of the present book has been one of the first tasks of this committee.
This book is published by the Royal Academy of Music. Si Felicetti of the Department of Speech Communication, KTH. Architectural Acoustics, Second Edition presents a thorough technical overview of the discipline, from basic concepts to specific design advice.
Beginning with a brief history, it reviews the fundamentals of acoustics, human perception and reaction to sound, acoustic noise measurements, noise metrics, and environmental noise characterization. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your by: Cite this chapter as: Harrington J., Cassidy S.
() The Physics of Speech. In: Techniques in Speech Acoustics. Text, Speech and Language Technology, vol 8. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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This can not only interfere with your child’s speech, but. This is the only book to relate all three of the currently interactive areas of speech science-acoustic phonetics, speech perception, and speech technology.
The book presents a gradual course, starting with a clear tutorial approach to basic speech then leading to speech perception research, the various theories of speech perception, and the modern speech technologies of computer synthesis and.
particular microphone techniques and placement: techniques to pick up a natural tonal balance, techniques to help reject unwanted sounds, and even techniques to create special effects.
Following this, some fundamentals of microphones, instruments, and acoustics are presented. Section One RECORDING Microphone Techniques for 4. In an unexpected twist, the book closes with a chapter on the use of electro-acoustic systems, such as PA speakers and artificial reverberation enhancement techniques, discussing topics including the appropriate power and placement of PA systems, and the control of acoustical feedback.
This can result in degraded speech recordings and adversely affect the performance of speech recognition systems. As the use of ASR systems increases, knowledge of the state-of-the-art in techniques to deal with such problems becomes critical to system and application engineers and researchers who work with or on ASR technologies.
Acoustic theory of speech production. The Hague: Mouton. E-mail Citation» A seminal contribution by one of the pioneers in speech acoustics, this book provides a detailed account of the relation between vocal tract shape and formant pattern for vowels and consonants.
The acoustic theory of speech production remains the dominant framework for. Architectural acoustics (also known as building acoustics) is the science and engineering of achieving a good sound within a building.
Architectural acoustics can be about achieving good speech intelligibility in a theatre, restaurant or railway station, enhancing the quality of music in a concert hall or recording studio, or suppressing noise to make offices and homes more productive and.
Within the building trades, acoustics is the science of controlling sound within a building. This can take many forms including: directing sound to the back rows of a theater, stopping sound from passing from one residential unit to another, preventing sound from escaping a loud musical practice room, and isolating vibrations from mechanical equipment.
Speech Production: Models, Phonetic Processes and Techniques brings together researchers from many different disciplines - computer science, dentistry, engineering, linguistics, phonetics, physiology, psychology - all with a special interest in how speech is produced.
From the initial neural program to the end acoustic signal, it provides an overview of several dominant models in the speech.Architectural Press Library of Design and Detailing: Acoustic Design focuses on the techniques and principles employed in acoustic design, as well as room acoustics, hearing, speech, sound insulation, and noise control and design.
The book first elaborates on the perception of sound, properties of sound, and sound in the built form.