Various Speech Processing Techniques For Speech Compression And Recognition
Years of extensive research in the field of speech
processing for compression and recognition in the last five decades,
resulted in a severe competition among the various methods and
paradigms introduced. In this paper we include the different representations
of speech in the time-frequency and time-scale domains
for the purpose of compression and recognition. The examination of
these representations in a variety of related work is accomplished.
In particular, we emphasize methods related to Fourier analysis
paradigms and wavelet based ones along with the advantages and
disadvantages of both approaches.
Time-Scale, Wavelets, Time-Frequency, Compression,Recognition.
The Effect of Different Compression Schemes on Speech Signals
This paper studies the effect of different compression
constraints and schemes presented in a new and flexible paradigm to
achieve high compression ratios and acceptable signal to noise ratios
of Arabic speech signals. Compression parameters are computed for
variable frame sizes of a level 5 to 7 Discrete Wavelet Transform
(DWT) representation of the signals for different analyzing mother
wavelet functions. Results are obtained and compared for Global
threshold and level dependent threshold techniques. The results
obtained also include comparisons with Signal to Noise Ratios, Peak
Signal to Noise Ratios and Normalized Root Mean Square Error.
Speech Compression, Wavelets.