Real-time speech signal analysis-synthesis of the Hoyer-Narris model using networked computers

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1997-08-06
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Yip, A.W.
Pendse, Ravi
Hoyer, Elmer A.
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Yip, A.W.; Pendse, R.; Hoyer, E.A.; , "Real-time speech signal analysis-synthesis of the Hoyer-Narris model using networked computers," Circuits and Systems, 1997. Proceedings of the 40th Midwest Symposium on , vol.2, no., pp.806-809 vol.2, 3-6 Aug 1997 doi: 10.1109/MWSCAS.1997.662197

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The Hoyer-Harris model (H2M) extracts the fundamental information of the speech signal to provide the knowledge for speech signal processing. Because of the complex algorithm, real-time analysis is not possible on a personal computer. The parallel processing design using networked computers, is used to provide the “real-time” responses of the H2M model

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