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Discrete-Time Speech Signal Processing: Principles and Practice by Thomas F. Quatieri - Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory

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Index

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Aeroacoustic air flow 562, 564

computational model of 570

fine structure in speech 566

for fricatives 570

for vowels 569

glottal flow waveform from 569

jet flow 563, 564, 566

mechanical model of 567

mechanical model with separated jet 567

mechanical model with vortex 567, 569

multiple sources from 569, 729

separated jet 563, 564, 566

vortex 563, 564, 566

Affricates 94

voiced and unvoiced 94

All-pass system 34

All-pole spectral modeling 177

in linear prediction analysis 177

for sinewave model residual 475

Analog-to-digital (A/D) converter 12

Analysis-by-synthesis 641, 648

Analytic signal 22

Anatomy of speech production 57

glottis 59

vocal folds (or vocal cords) 59

vocal tract 66

Articulation rate 97

voicing dependence of 97

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