Une petite histoire de l'analyse harmonique de la parole

Bernard Teston 1, *
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Abstract : Since the beginning of the harmonic analysis theory by Joseph Fourier in 1822, until his universal practices with the technics of digital signal processing in the seventies, many machines and methods have been proposed to make acoustical analysis of the speech signals. Mechanical, optical, electronical and acoustical devices have been realised successfully with a remarquable creative imagination and considerable efforts from speech scientist to make progress the knowledge of the secrets of the physical nature of the speech
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Bernard Teston. Une petite histoire de l'analyse harmonique de la parole. Journées d'Etude sur la Parole, May 2010, Mons, Belgique. pp.285-288. ⟨hal-00541982⟩

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