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1 Digital Speech Processing— Lecture 1 Introduction to Digital Speech Processing
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2 Speech Processing Speech is the most natural form of human-human communications. Speech is related to language; linguistics is a branch of social science. Speech is related to human physiological capability; physiology is a branch of medical science. Speech is also related to sound and acoustics, a branch of physical science. Therefore, speech is one of the most intriguing signals that humans work with every day. Purpose of speech processing: To understand speech as a means of communication; To represent speech for transmission and reproduction; To analyze speech for automatic recognition and extraction of information To discover some physiological characteristics of the talker.
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