This paper addresses several different signal processing methods for representing speech signals. Some of the techniques that are discussed include time domain coding which uses pulse-code, differential, or delta modulating methods. Also presented are frequency domain techniques such as sub-band coding and adaptive transform coding. In addition, this paper will discuss representing speech signals through source coding techniques via vocoders. A comparison of these different signal representation methods is included.
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Alsaka, Yacoub A.
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College of Engineering
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Kravchuk, Debbie A., "Speech Signal Representation Through Digital Signal Processing Techniques" (1987). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 5088.
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