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A Computationally Efficient CELP Codec with Stochastic Vectorquantisation of LPC Parameters

Salami, R A, Hanzo, L and Appleby, D (1989) A Computationally Efficient CELP Codec with Stochastic Vectorquantisation of LPC Parameters At URSI'89, Germany. , pp. 140-143.

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In this contribution, computationally efficient CELP structures are proposed for low-complexity speech coding below 6.4Kbits/s. We also report on a new approach for low bit rate speech coding using binary excitation pulses, which delivers the quality of the CELP codec without the excitation codebook storage, and with a very simple excitation determination procedure. Furthermore, we propose a switched-adaptive stochastic vector quantisation scheme for quantising the line spectrum frequencies using 22 bits without any perceivable spectral distortion.

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Published date: September 1989
Additional Information: Event Dates: September 1989 Organisation: URSI Address: Erlangen, West Germany
Venue - Dates: URSI'89, Germany, 1989-09-01
Organisations: Southampton Wireless Group


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Date deposited: 14 Mar 2002
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:09

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Author: R A Salami
Author: L Hanzo
Author: D Appleby

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