Skewness and nonstationarity measures applied to reliable speech endpoint detection
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EditorESCA - J.M. PARDO, E. ENRIQUEZ, J. ORTEGA, J. FERREIROS GTM-UPM
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In this paper we are addressed to the problem of speech presence and silences detection. Speech signals possess properties to which higher order statistics are sensitive. Bispectral-based statistics have been proved a good alternative  to energy-based statistics in a speech presence detector scheme, but at the cost of computations. Three alternative methods are proposed for a reliable and more computationally efficient detection. Two, lag-and frequency-domain, methods for the computation of the IT and the OT contribution to total skew while keeping the ability of the statistic in . And a method based in the integrated polyspectrum (IP).
CitacióNavarro, J., Moreno, A. Skewness and nonstationarity measures applied to reliable speech endpoint detection. A: 4th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology. "Proceedings of the 4th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON SPEECH COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY". Madrid: ESCA - J.M. PARDO, E. ENRIQUEZ, J. ORTEGA, J. FERREIROS GTM-UPM, 1995, p. 1423-1426.