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A Real-Time Implementation of Speech Recognition System Using Oak DSP core in the Car Noise Environment (자동차 환경에서 Oak DSP 코어 기반 음성 인식 시스템 실시간 구현)

  • Woo, K.H.;Yang, T.Y.;Lee, C.;Youn, D.H.;Cha, I.H.
    • Speech Sciences
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    • v.6
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    • pp.219-233
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    • 1999
  • This paper presents a real-time implementation of a speaker independent speech recognition system based on a discrete hidden markov model(DHMM). This system is developed for a car navigation system to design on-chip VLSI system of speech recognition which is used by fixed point Oak DSP core of DSP GROUP LTD. We analyze recognition procedure with C language to implement fixed point real-time algorithms. Based on the analyses, we improve the algorithms which are possible to operate in real-time, and can verify the recognition result at the same time as speech ends, by processing all recognition routines within a frame. A car noise is the colored noise concentrated heavily on the low frequency segment under 400 Hz. For the noise robust processing, the high pass filtering and the liftering on the distance measure of feature vectors are applied to the recognition system. Recognition experiments on the twelve isolated command words were performed. The recognition rates of the baseline recognizer were 98.68% in a stopping situation and 80.7% in a running situation. Using the noise processing methods, the recognition rates were enhanced to 89.04% in a running situation.

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Real-time Implementation of a GSM-EFR Speech Coder on a 16 Bit Fixed-point DSP (16 비트 고정 소수점 DSP를 이용한 GSM-EFR 음성 부호화기의 실시간 구현)

  • 최민석;변경진;김경수
    • The Journal of the Acoustical Society of Korea
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    • v.19 no.7
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    • pp.42-47
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    • 2000
  • This paper describes a real-time implementation of a GSM-EFR (Global System for Mobil communications Enhanced Full Rate) speech coder using OakDSP core; a 16bit fixed-point Digital Signal Processor (DSP) by DSP Group, Inc. The real-time implemented speech coder required about 24MIPS for computation and 7.06K words and 12.19K words for code and data memory, respectively. The implemented GSM-EFR speech coder passes all of test vectors provided by ETSI (European Telecommunication Standard Institute), and perceptual speech quality measurement using MNB algorithm shows that the quality of the GSM-EFR speech coder is similar to the one of 32kbps ADPCM. The real-time implemented GSM-EFR speech coder which is the highest bit-rate mode of the GSM-AMR speech coder will be used as the basic structure of the GSM-AMR speech coder which is embedded in MODEM ASIC of IMT2000 asynchronous mode mobile station.

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