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Author Ren-Jie Huang
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Department Communication Engineering
Year 2005 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language English Page Count 77
Title A STUDY ON SPEECH SIGNAL PROCESSING USING WAVELET TRANSFORMS
Keyword
  • speech
  • wavelet
  • wavelet
  • speech
  • Abstract The wavelet transform is one of the most exciting developments of the last decade. Wavelet theory provides a unified framework for a number of techniques which had been developed independently for various signal processing applications. Due to the wavelet representation has characteristics of the efficient time-frequency localization and the multi-resolution analysis; the wavelet transforms are suitable for processing the non-stationary signals such as speech. Based on the Wavelet framework, this thesis develops three wavelet-based speech signal processing algorithms including voice active detection (VAD), consonant/vowel (C/V) segmentation, and pitch detection.
    The first part is the wavelet-based voice active detection algorithm on a frame by frame basis. Experimental results show that the proposed VAD algorithm is capable of outperforming to the VAD of Enhanced Full Rate GSM-based system and can operate reliably in noisy environments (SNR=0dB). Then, this thesis makes use of wavelet transform and energy profile to indicate the C/V segmentation point and is no need to set any predetermined threshold. It is shown that the C/V the segmentation point can be accurately pointed out with a low computation complexity. Final, In the light of the properties of wavelet transform and circular average magnitude difference function, a new pitch detection algorithm is proposed. The simulation results show that new method can detect the pitch period accurately when other methods can‘t when SNR is in 0dB.
    Advisor Committee
  • Ching-Kuen Lee - advisor
  • Files indicate in-campus access immediately and off-campus access at one year
    Date of Defense 2006-07-28 Date of Submission 2006-08-14


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