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Cepstral Analysis

(most slides taken from MIT course by Glass and Zue)

Homomorphic filtering

Homomorphic filtering/transformation is a nonlinear ˆ[ n ] = D( x[ n ]) usually applied to image and speech transformation x processing used to convert a signal obtained from a convolution of two original signals into the sum of two signals.

ˆ[ n ] ˆ[ n ] = e ˆ[ n ] + h x[ n ] = e[ n ] ! h[ n ] " x

In speech processing it can be applied to separate the filter from the excitation in the source-filter model The cepstrum is one such homomorphic transformation that allows us to perform such separation.

s[ n ] = u[ n ] ! h[ n ]

It is an alternative option to linear prediction analysis seen before

Basics of cepstral analysis Cepstral analysis is based on the observation that by taking the log of X(z) If the complex log is unique and the z transform is valid then. by applying Z-1 the two convolved signals are now additive. TDP: Cepstral Analysis 3 .

i.Basics of cepstral analysis (II) Consider now that we restrict our signal x[n] to have poles and zeros only in the unit circle.e.: then if This is the complex logarithm of X(w) .

The complex cepstrum of a real sequence is also a TDP: Cepstral Analysis 5 real sequence. In fact.2004 $ 1 $ $ ˆ [ ] = log[ ( )] $ not invertible as the phase is missing ! 2# "# 1 = 2# "# $ [ log ( ) + arg( ( ))] ! $ $ Where the phase. not due to the sequence. which The term complex cepstrum refers to the use of the can also ne real. sequence is also real not to the sequence. the complex cepstrum of a real complex logarithm.Inverse Fourier transfrom of the logarithm of the magnitude the Fourier transform: Definition ofof Cepstrum The real cepstrum is defined as: " Its magnitude is real and non-negative And the complex cepstrum: magnitude is real and nonnegative # 1 ! ! ) [ ]= log ( ! # more 2 general definition " $" complex cepstrum # Guido Geßl 21.01. Guido Geßl 21.01. We call it complex because argarg() is therepresents continuous (unwrapped) phase function. it uses the complex logarithm.2004 .

which is obtained by applying an inverse Fourier Transform of the logspectrum of the signal.2004 ˆ[ ] + ˆ * [ " ] [ ] = 2 . the variable “n” in cx[n] is called “quefrency”. Similarly.01. which is the inversion of “frequency” Guido Geßl 21. the name “cepstrum” comes from inverting the first syllable of the word “spectrum”.Definition of cesptrum(II) The real cepstrum is the inverse transform of the real part ˆ ( ! ) and therefore is equal to the conjugateof ˆ[] : cepstrum is the even part of the It can be shown that part the of the real symmetric complex cepstrum: In speech processing we generally use the real cepstrum. In fact.

. even if x[n] has finite duration 3) it is real if x[n] is real (poles and zeros are in complex conjugate pairs) NOTE: from 2) and 3) we see why usually a finite number of cepstrums is used in speech processing (12-20 is sufficient).Properties of cepstrums From this we can derive the following general properties: 1) the complex cepstrum decays at least as fast as 1/|n| 2) it has infinite duration. as very high order cepstrums have very small values.

An example (Using Taylor series expansion and several tricks) Given the “r” in the denominator. it is an infinite train of deltas that converges to 0 TDP: Cepstral Analysis 8 .

(.) TDP: Cepstral Analysis 9 ...

Computational considerations: using DFT In digital signals we replace the Fourier Transform by the Discrete Fourier Transform Aliasing by repetition of the cepstrums with period N TDP: Cepstral Analysis When 10 N> the number of used cepstrums we do not have a problem (which is usually the case) .

we would like to separate the excitation from the vocal tract filter h(n) by using a homomorphic transformation.Cepstral analysis of speech As pointed out at the beginning. HOMOMORPHIC TRANSFORMATIONS We can do so easily as the filter parameters usually reside in the A homomorphic transformation converts a convolution into a sum: lower quefrencies. while the excitation parameters have higher quefrencies Consider the problem of recovering a filter's response from a periodic signal (such as a voiced excitation): The filter response can be recovered if we can separate the output of the homomorphic transformation using a simple filter: .

Cepstral analysis of speech TDP: Cepstral Analysis 12 .

NOTE that for children and high-pitch women we might have a problem •! Contributions due to parameters usually modeled by the filter will concentrate in the low quefrency region and will decay quickly with n 13 .Cepstrum of a generic voiced signal magnitude spectrum cepstrum •! Contributions to the cepstrum due to periodic excitation will occur at integer multiples of the fundamental period.

Cepstral analysis of speech (voiced signals) er separation using voiced speech: SOURCE-FILTER SEPARATION VIA THE CEPSTRUM al m (n < al high er separation using unvoiced speech: .

aration using unvoiced speech: Cepstral analysis of speech (unvoiced signals) < .

Cepstral analysis of vowel (rectangular window) TDP: Cepstral Analysis 16 .

Cepstral analysis of vowel (tapering window) TDP: Cepstral Analysis 17 .

Cepstral analysis of fricative (rectangular window) TDP: Cepstral Analysis 18 .

Cepstral analysis of fricative (tapering window) TDP: Cepstral Analysis 19 .

Use in Speech Recognition TDP: Cepstral Analysis 20 .

Statistical properties of cepstral coefficients TDP: Cepstral Analysis 21 .

Mel-frequency cepstral representation TDP: Cepstral Analysis 22 .

MFCC computation diagram TDP: Cepstral Analysis 23 .

Mel-filter bank processing TDP: Cepstral Analysis 24 .

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