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Speech & Audio Processing

Selected topics in digital speech and audio processing. Speech analysis, synthesis and recognition. Acoustics and acoustic modeling. Auditory perception. Audio feature extraction including complex cepstrum and LPC coefficients. Hidden Markov models and other speech recognition approaches. Speech and audio coding such as MP3 and CELP. Text to speech. Music synthesis, analysis and retrieval. 

3 credits. Prerequisites: Ma 224 and ECE 211. Prerequisite or corequisite: ECE 302

Course Code: ECE 412

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