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@INPROCEEDINGS{Motlicek_MAVEBA2019_2019,
         author = {Motlicek, Petr and Hermansky, Hynek and Madikeri, Srikanth and Prasad, Amrutha and Ganapathy, Sriram},
       projects = {Idiap},
          month = dec,
          title = {AM-FM DECOMPOSITION OF SPEECH SIGNAL: APPLICATIONS FOR  SPEECH PRIVACY AND DIAGNOSIS},
      booktitle = {11th International workshop on Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications},
           year = {2019},
       location = {Firenze, Italy},
   organization = {Universita Degli Studi Firenze},
            url = {http://maveba.dinfo.unifi.it/},
       crossref = {Motlicek_Idiap-RR-01-2020},
       abstract = {Although current trends in speech processing consider deep learning through data-driven technologies, many potential applications exhibit lack of training or development data. Therefore, considerably light signal processing techniques are still of interest. This paper describes an efficient technique for decomposing the AM and FM components of the speech signal, which is not based on frame-by-frame short-time analysis of the signal. Instead, we estimate all-pole models of frequency-localized Hilbert envelopes of large segments of speech signal at different frequencies. The technique on decomposition of speech signal into AM and FM
components appears to be of interest in voice studies benefiting from alleviation of the message-bearing components of speech (e.g. security oriented applications such as speaker recognition, or speech diagnosis often relying on spectra averaging to discard the content of the speech). Similarly, discarding speaker information while preserving the message in the speech is of interest for privacy-oriented applications. experimental results on automatic speech and speaker recognition tasks clearly show that the AM component preserves the content (message) of the speech, while the FM component carries the information related to the speaker.},
            pdf = {https://publications.idiap.ch/attachments/papers/2020/Motlicek_MAVEBA2019_2019.pdf}
}



crossreferenced publications: 
@TECHREPORT{Motlicek_Idiap-RR-01-2020,
         author = {Motlicek, Petr and Hermansky, Hynek and Madikeri, Srikanth and Prasad, Amrutha and Ganapathy, Sriram},
       keywords = {AM, Automatic Speech Recognition, FM, Linear prediction, speaker recognition},
       projects = {Idiap, EC H2020-ROXANNE},
          month = {1},
          title = {AM-FM DECOMPOSITION OF SPEECH SIGNAL: APPLICATIONS FOR  SPEECH PRIVACY AND DIAGNOSIS},
           type = {Idiap-RR},
         number = {Idiap-RR-01-2020},
           year = {2020},
    institution = {Idiap},
        address = {Rue Marconi 19},
       abstract = {Although current trends in speech processing consider deep learning through data-driven technologies, many potential applications exhibit lack of training or development data. Therefore, considerably light signal processing techniques are still of interest. This paper describes an efficient technique for decomposing the AM and FM components of the speech signal, which is not based on frame-by-frame short-time analysis of the signal. Instead, we estimate all-pole models of frequency-localized Hilbert envelopes of large segments of speech signal at different frequencies. The technique on decomposition of speech signal into AM and FM components appears to be of interest in voice studies benefiting from alleviation of the message-bearing components of speech (e.g. security oriented applications such as speaker recognition, or speech diagnosis often relying on spectra averaging to discard the content of the speech). Similarly, discarding speaker information while preserving the message in the speech is of interest for privacy-oriented applications. Experimental results on automatic speech and speaker recognition tasks clearly show that the AM component preserves the content (message) of the speech, while the FM component carries the information related to the speaker.},
            pdf = {https://publications.idiap.ch/attachments/reports/2019/Motlicek_Idiap-RR-01-2020.pdf}
}