2014
DOI: 10.1109/stsiva.2014.7010129
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Abstract: The estimation of the fundamental frequency (F0) in speech is a very important task that has been addressed by many researchers. F0 estimation can be used to separate two kind of frames from an utterance, those where the vocal folds vibrate (voiced sounds) and those where not (unvoiced sounds). The methods used to estimate F0 are affected by the presence of additive noise in recordings made in non-controlled environments, however, there are different techniques to mitigate the effect of such noise and Speech …

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