Here is the listing of Best reference books on Speech Signal Processing.
|1. “Digital Processing of Speech Signals” by L. R. Rabiner and R. W. Schafer
Book Review: This book is suitable for students studying at the graduate and undergraduate levels in the field of digital signal processing and electrical and computer engineering. The book is also very suitable for practicing engineers and scientists in speech processing. The book presents the basic concepts and theories of speech processing with greater clarity along with the laboratory experiences for students. The book also concentrates on many signal processing methods for representing and processing the speech signal.
|2. “Digital Speech Processing: Synthesis and Recognition” by Sadoaki Furui
Book Review: This book deals with the study of digital speech processing, synthesis and recognition. The book contains different sections on international standardization of robust and flexible speech coding techniques, waveform unit concatenation based speech synthesis, continuous speech recognition, basics of digital signal processing for speech and a deep insight of classical recognition techniques. It is a very ideal primary textbook suitable at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
|3. “Introduction to Data Compression” by Khalid Sayood
Book Review: This book provides a very good introduction to the theory surrounding the compression techniques along with the instructions for applications. The book covers up to date information in the field of data compression thereby including newer as well as older algorithms. The book contains lossy and lossless compression techniques, wavelets, subband coding, predictive lossless techniques, emerging standards like JPEG 2000, JBIG 2, LPC, CELP, MELP and a wide range of compression techniques along with sample data.
|4. “Digital Speech” by A M Kondoz
Book Review: The book provides fundamental technical background that is needed for low bit rate speech coding and latest advancements in digital speech coding techniques that lead to the evolution of communication systems. The book contains chapters on pitch estimation, speech classification, multimode speech coding, harmonic speech coding, efficient LPC quantization methods, voice activity detection methods, examples of popular speech coders like CELP coding. The book also offers expanded coverage of speech enhancement techniques like echo cancellation and noise suppression.
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