Retrieving Vocal-Tract Resonance And Anti-Resonance From High-Pitched Vowels Using A Rahmonic Subtraction Technique

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Retrieving Vocal-Tract Resonance And Anti-Resonance From High-Pitched Vowels Using A Rahmonic Subtraction Technique

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Vocal tract resonances give rise to core spectral information of speech signals. Linear prediction and cepstral methods are widely used for this purpose. However, both approaches are prone to fail as the fundamental frequency (F0) rises. In this study, a
Vocal tract resonances give rise to core spectral information of speech signals. Linear prediction and cepstral methods are widely used for this purpose. However, both approaches are prone to fail as the fundamental frequency (F0) rises. In this study, a