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LINEAR PREDICTION ANALYSIS USING MATLAB

ABSTRACT
Signals such as speech and data are stored and processed in computers as files or collection of bits. Big files have many disadvantages in comparison with small files i.e., they occupy more space in storage devices, they take longer time to transmit. Signal compression or data compression is the process of reducing the number of bits required to transmit the signal at prescribed accuracy. Linear Predictive Coding (LPC) is one of the methods of compression that models the process of speech production. This method has become the predominant technique for representing speech for low bit rate transmission or storage. The importance of this method is to provide extremely accurate estimates of the speech parameters and also ensures that the computation for these parameters is faster. The basic idea behind linear predictive analysis is that the speech sample can be approximated as a linear combination of past samples. The aim of linear prediction is to use a linear model to model the mechanism that generates correlation among signal samples. In this project, we will use linear prediction to analyze the sound files (A bird chirping, A dog barking, The Girl speaking in English, Male speaking in Chinese) and to compare the predictability of sounds from animals and different languages. Levinson-Durbin algorithm is applied as to implement the Linear Prediction. This project aims at Implementation of the Levinson-Durbin algorithm in MATLAB to analyze the four sound files with frame size of 20 msec.

R.SOUNDHARYA P.VAGDEVI V.PROJECT ASSOSCIATIVES BINITHA YADAV U.V. DEPT. .SOWJANYA P.PROFESSOR.KUMARI 09NM1A0495 09NM1A0487 09NM1A0491 09NM1A0468 10NM5A0401 INTERNAL GUIDE Mrs.VIEW.OF ECE.SARANYA ASST.