EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing, 2007. — 100 p. —ISBN-10: 9774540077; ISBN-13: 978-9774540073.New understandings of human auditory perception have recently contributed to advances in numerous areas related to audio, speech, and music processing. These include coding, speech and speaker recognition, synthesis, signal separation, signal enhancement, automatic content identification and retrieval, and quality estimation. Researchers continue to seek more detailed, accurate, and robust characterizations of human auditory perception, from the periphery to the auditory cortex, and in some cases whole brain inventories. This special issue on Perceptual Models for Speech, Audio, and Music Processing contains seven papers that exemplify the breadth and depth of current work in perceptual modeling and its applications.Perceptual Models for Speech, Audio, andMusic Processing Practical Gammatone-Like Filters for Auditory Processing An FFT-Based Companding Front End for Noise-Robust Automatic Speech Recognition Wideband Speech Recovery Using Psychoacoustic Criteriaias Denoising in the Domain of Spectrotemporal Modulations Perceptual Continuity and Naturalness of Expressive Strength in Singing Voices Based on Speech Morphing Electrophysiological Study of Algorithmically Processed Metric/Rhythmic Variations in Language and Music The Effect of Listener Accent Background on Accent Perception and Comprehension
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