By Chin-hue Lee, Haizhou Li, Lin-shan Lee, Ren-hua Wang, Qiang Huo
After a long time of analysis job, chinese language spoken language processing (CSLP) has complex significantly either in sensible know-how and theoretical discovery. during this booklet, the editors offer either an advent to the sphere in addition to specified study issues of their ideas in numerous components of CSLP. The contributions signify pioneering efforts starting from CSLP ideas to applied sciences and purposes, with every one bankruptcy encapsulating a unmarried challenge and its strategies.
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It can be shown that a perfect representation can be achieved in the limiting case where the order approaches infinity. This is only of theoretical interest, since the order rarely goes very high, due to increasingly excessive cost of computation. In practical applications, the LPC order is chosen to assign enough model poles to represent all formants (at two poles per resonance) in the bandwidth of the input speech signal. , the standard for 8 kHz sampled speech is 10 poles) to account for windowing effects and for weaknesses in the all-pole model.
D. O'shaughnessy, Speech Communications: Human and Machine, IEEE Press, Piscataway, NJ, (2000). tw This chapter provides the phonetic and phonological background of Chinese spoken languages, Mandarin especially. Before going into the main theme of the chapter, a brief clarification of the distinction between phonetics and phonology is provided for readers of non-linguistic background. After generally describing the major features of spoken Chinese, standard Mandarin, among other dialects, is chosen as a typical example to explore in detail the unique syllable structure of spoken Chinese.
Advances in Chinese Spoken Language Processing by Chin-hue Lee, Haizhou Li, Lin-shan Lee, Ren-hua Wang, Qiang Huo