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Speech Processing in Mobile EnvironmentsSummary and Conclusions

Speech Processing in Mobile Environments: Summary and Conclusions [This book discusses some important issues in speech processing in the context of mobile environment. The major challenges in speech processing in mobile environment are: varying background conditions, speech coding and transmission channel errors. This book suggests signal processing methods to determine some crucial events in speech, which are robust to above-said adverse conditions. In this work, authors have proposed vowel onset points (VOPs) as crucial events in speech, which are robust to speech coding and background noisy environments. By using VOPs as anchor points, speech signals are processed in the presence of coding and noisy environments for developing the speech systems such as speech recognition, speaker recognition, and speaking rate modification. From the results, it is grossly observed that the performance of developed speech systems is superior compared to systems developed without using the knowledge of VOPs. This chapter summarizes the findings of the present work, highlights the major contributions, and flashlights on the directions for future work.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014
ISBN
978-3-319-03115-6
Pages
97 –101
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-03116-3_7
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Abstract

[This book discusses some important issues in speech processing in the context of mobile environment. The major challenges in speech processing in mobile environment are: varying background conditions, speech coding and transmission channel errors. This book suggests signal processing methods to determine some crucial events in speech, which are robust to above-said adverse conditions. In this work, authors have proposed vowel onset points (VOPs) as crucial events in speech, which are robust to speech coding and background noisy environments. By using VOPs as anchor points, speech signals are processed in the presence of coding and noisy environments for developing the speech systems such as speech recognition, speaker recognition, and speaking rate modification. From the results, it is grossly observed that the performance of developed speech systems is superior compared to systems developed without using the knowledge of VOPs. This chapter summarizes the findings of the present work, highlights the major contributions, and flashlights on the directions for future work.]

Published: Dec 20, 2013

Keywords: Vowel Onset Points (VOP); Speech Coding; Noisy Background Environment; Address System; Varying Background Conditions

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