Mondal, Bishwarup and Sreenivas, TV (2001) Mixture Gaussian Envelope Chirp Model for Speech and Audio. In: IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP '01, 7-11 May, Utah,USA, Vol.2, 857-860.
We develop a parametric sinusoidal analysis/synthesis model which can be applied to both speech and audio signals. These signals are characterised by large amplitude variations and small frequency variation within a short analysis frame. The model comprises of a Gaussian mixture representation for the envelope and a sum of linear chirps for the frequency components. A closed form solution is derived for the frequency domain parameters of a chirp with Gaussian-mixture envelope, based on the spectral moments. An iterative algorithm is developed to select and estimate prominent chirps based on the psycho-acoustic masking threshold. The model can adaptively select the number of time-domain and frequency-domain parameters to suit a particular type of signal. Experimental evaluation of the technique has shown that about 2 to 4 parameters/ms is sufficient for near transparent quality reconstruction of a variety of wide-band music and speech signals.
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Electrical Sciences > Electrical Communication Engineering|
|Date Deposited:||14 Feb 2006|
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