help needed - text independent speaker recognition program

Started by Adi Widyatmoko in Speech Recognition12 years ago

Hi, my name is Adi. i'm currently working on a speaker recognition program using delphi. i already got the way to read wave file. but i'm losing...

Hi, my name is Adi. i'm currently working on a speaker recognition program using delphi. i already got the way to read wave file. but i'm losing the concept of speaker recognition. i want to ask about the ideal apeaker recognition program. after i read the wave file, what should i do next? frame blocking or windowing? then do the fft? or fft first? and should i use lpc or preemphasize? what i...


Show pitch of wave file (FFT/Autocorrelation)

Started by gjun...@gmail.com in Speech Recognition13 years ago 1 reply

Hi, I want to show a Pitch graph/curve of a wave file. I saw that good results can be made by using AutoCorrelation. I have the...

Hi, I want to show a Pitch graph/curve of a wave file. I saw that good results can be made by using AutoCorrelation. I have the autocorrelation function and I also have the FFT function, but I don't know what I should put into the autocorrelation function in order to get a pitch line. I have a wave file (spoken text), and also have the FFT results of the wave file, how can I extract from thi...


Help MFCC and RBFNN for isolated word recognition

Started by nunespedromiguel in Speech Recognition13 years ago

Hi Im buildind a speech recognitions system for isolated words for independebt speaker. I have a data base of 30 wave files for each word 1...

Hi Im buildind a speech recognitions system for isolated words for independebt speaker. I have a data base of 30 wave files for each word 1 I extract de MFCC of each word and I get a matrix of 171x12 2 I put the matrix in 1 columm 3 I do it all again for eache wave sample 4 i build de RBFNN Code file is the name of eache of the wave files, consider it just for info For i=1:30 ...


Invitation to Workshop on Real-Time Digital Signal Processing, 5-6 June 2006

Started by "hez...@ieee.org" in Speech Recognition13 years ago

Invitation to Workshop on Real-Time Digital Signal Processing, 5-6 June 2006. We are pleased to bring to your kind attention our forthcoming...

Invitation to Workshop on Real-Time Digital Signal Processing, 5-6 June 2006. We are pleased to bring to your kind attention our forthcoming workshop on REAL-TIME DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING to be conducted by Professor Patrick Gaydecki from the University of Manchester: Workshop Dates: 5-6 June 2006 Time: 8.30 am to 4.30 pm Venue: Concorde Hotel, Shah Alam, MALAYSIA Course Brochure: ...


Simple Speech Recognition Program with LPC

Started by Gina Upperman in Speech Recognition13 years ago 1 reply

Hi All - I am trying to make a simple speech recognition program in Code Composer Studio for a class project, and it is so far not...

Hi All - I am trying to make a simple speech recognition program in Code Composer Studio for a class project, and it is so far not much better than random. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on my current approach or knew of a good reference on a basic signal processing algorithm. I am a beginner to speech processing, so any advice


C code for LPC - speech recognition

Started by Gina Upperman in Speech Recognition13 years ago 1 reply

Hi All,   I am trying to

Hi All,   I am trying to


Using MFCC for speaker-independent speech recognition

Started by uppe...@rice.edu in Speech Recognition13 years ago

Hi All - I am trying to write a simple speaker-independent speech recognition program in C, and I am wondering if using MFCC to recognize...

Hi All - I am trying to write a simple speaker-independent speech recognition program in C, and I am wondering if using MFCC to recognize the words is the way to go. I plan to provide the program with a codebook of approximately 20 words spoken by the same speaker, then input a sample of another speaker saying one of these words, and the program will identify which o


Spectral Distortion in Lattice Filters

Started by #ARIJIT BISWAS# in Speech Recognition13 years ago

Dear Members of the list: My question is related to quantization of Linear Prediction (LP) Parameters. I know very well...

Dear Members of the list: My question is related to quantization of Linear Prediction (LP) Parameters. I know very well that LP parameters are mapped onto Reflection Coefficients and we get a lattice filter. Now, lets say I have an order K Lattice filter: implying that I've a concatenation of first-order lattice


mfcc calculation--please help

Started by jasi...@yahoo.com in Speech Recognition13 years ago 1 reply

Hi everybody, I am new to this group and could find that many of the group members know much about speaker identification. I am a graduate...

Hi everybody, I am new to this group and could find that many of the group members know much about speaker identification. I am a graduate student, now doing my final year project on speaker recognition. The problem is to perform speaker recognition on movie clips. I have no previous experience with speech processing. I could eliminate silence, environment sounds etc. from the au


Special Announcement: GSPx 2005

Started by Webmaster in Speech Recognition14 years ago

GSPx is the major (digital and analog) signal processing technology forum and product exposition covering DSPs, mixed-signal and analog ...

GSPx is the major (digital and analog) signal processing technology forum and product exposition covering DSPs, mixed-signal and analog products, EDA tools, software and applications. This year's event will cover the latest technology in video compression, cellular, software defined radio (SDR), multi-core/multiprocessors, and much more. Keynote Speakers:


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