Time-varying linear prediction as a base for an isolated-word recognition algorithm
|dc.contributor.author||McMillan, David Evans||en_US|
There is a vast amount of research being done in the area of voice recognition. A large portion of this research concentrates on developing algorithms that will yield higher accuracy rates; such as algorithms based on dynamic time warping, vector quantization, and other mathematical methods [l2][l5].
In this research, the evaluation of the feasibility of using linear prediction (LP) with time-varying parameters as a base for a voice recognition algorithm will be investigated. First the development of an anti-aliasing filter is discussed with some results from the filter hardware realization included. Then a brief discussion of LP is presented and a method for time-varying LP is derived from this discussion. A comparison between time-varying and segmentation LP is made and a description of the developed algorithm that tests time-varying LP as a recognition technique is given. The evaluation is conducted with the developed algorithm configured for speaker-dependent and speaker-independent isolated-word recognition.
The conclusion drawn from this research is that this particular technique of voice recognition is very feasible as a base for a voice recognition algorithm. With the incorporation of other techniques, a complete algorithm can conceivably be developed that will yield very high accuracy rates. Recommendations for algorithm improvements are given along with other techniques that might be added to make a complete recognition algorithm.
|dc.title||Time-varying linear prediction as a base for an isolated-word recognition algorithm||en_US|
|dc.description.degree||Master of Science||en_US|
|thesis.degree.name||Master of Science||en_US|
|thesis.degree.grantor||Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University||en_US|
|dc.contributor.committeechair||Beex, A. A. Louis||en_US|
|dc.contributor.committeemember||Nunnally, Charles E.||en_US|
|dc.contributor.committeemember||Vanlandingham, Hugh F.||en_US|
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