The number of undergraduate students, 2015-16 school year.
This course will bring the student to the forefront of signal processing with many practical results and a fundamental understanding of the basic requirements to develop novel algorithms in speech recognition and processing, where the resulting signals are meant for listening, such as speech coding. Speech processing in three parts:
If you are a serious student and really want to learn how speech is generated, processed and understood by the brain, please join us at:
Aspects of information theory, speech and signal processing are on the table.
This is for the serious student. You will get a great job if you take this course.
Matlab will be used in homeworks
A final report will replace a final exam.
J. Flanagan, J. Allen, and M. Hasagawa-Johnson, Speech Analysis Synthesis and Perception, 3rd ed., 2008. (Electronic format provided by instructor.)