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Re: MFCC method
Thanks Malcolm; now that you've told us, it's in wikipedia:
Including the connection to earlier work by Pols; I can share
a copy of Plomp, Pols, and van de Geer (1967) on request.
At 2:07 PM -0800 1/7/09, Malcolm Slaney wrote:
On Jan 7, 2009, at 12:40 PM, James W. Beauchamp wrote:
I'm looking for a (the?) seminal article on the MFCC method of
coding spectral envelopes. It could be a journal paper or a chapter
in a book. Also, who was the first to publish on this idea?
These are the usual references, especially the 1980 paper.
P. Mermelstein, Distance measures for speech
recognition, psychological and instrumental, in
Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence,
C. H. Chen, Ed., pp. 374388. Academic, New
S.B. Davis, and P. Mermelstein, Comparison of
Parametric Representations for Monosyllabic Word
Recognition in Continuously Spoken Sentences, in
IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and
Signal Processing, vol. 28(4), 1980, pp. 357366.
But Mermelstein usually credits John Bridle's work for the idea
JSRU Report No. 1003
AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATIC WORD·RECOGNITION SYSTEM:
J . S. Bridle and M. D. Brown
I have copies of the early two if you need them.