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A Study on the Spectrum Variation of Korean Speech


Lee Sou-Kil, Song Jeong-Young, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. 179-186, Dec. 2005
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Keywords: speech, voice, spectirum, segmentation

Abstract

We can extract spectrum of the voices and analyze those, after employing features of frequency that voices have. In the spectrum of the voices monophthongs are thought to be stable, but when a consonant(s) meet a vowel(s) in a syllable or a word, there is a lot of changes. This becomes the biggest obstacle to phoneme speech recognition. In this study, using Mel Cepstrum and Mel Band that count Frequency Band and auditory information, we analyze the spectrums that each and every consonant and vowel has and the changes in the voices reftects auditory features and make it a system. Finally we are going to present the basis that can segment the voices by an unit of phoneme.


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Cite this article
[APA Style]
Lee Sou-Kil and Song Jeong-Young (2005). A Study on the Spectrum Variation of Korean Speech. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 6(6), 179-186.

[IEEE Style]
L. Sou-Kil and S. Jeong-Young, "A Study on the Spectrum Variation of Korean Speech," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 6, no. 6, pp. 179-186, 2005.

[ACM Style]
Lee Sou-Kil and Song Jeong-Young. 2005. A Study on the Spectrum Variation of Korean Speech. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 6, 6, (2005), 179-186.