This work shows the performance of statistical-based reconstruction techniques when a burst-like packet loss network is used to transmit speech feature vectors on a DSR architecture. Two different approaches to exploit prior information about the speech are outlined. The first models the sequence of quantized vectors through transition probabilities to make estimations based on data-source information, while the second uses prior knowledge of the means and covariances of the feature vector stream to make a maximum a-posteriori (MAP) estimate of lost vectors. These methods provide better results than those obtained by the AURORA nearest repetition, especially in the presence of bursts of losses. However, they require either a notable amount of memory or a high time complexity. Therefore, a novel solution based on the previous methods is proposed and evaluated.
|Publication status||Published - Aug 2004|
|Event||COST278 and ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW) on Robustness Issues in Conversational Interaction (Robust2004) - University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom|
Duration: 30 Aug 2004 → 31 Aug 2004
|Conference||COST278 and ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW) on Robustness Issues in Conversational Interaction (Robust2004)|
|Period||30/08/04 → 31/08/04|