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Analysis of Speech Signal Spectrums Using the L2 Norm

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Report by: Nicholas. E-mail the author

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Summary: This collection uses the L2 Norm as a difference metric between speech signals. The L2 norm was computed between the spectrums of speech signals. The spectrum was identified as the magnitude of the Discrete Fourier Transform of the speech signals. This collection describes a course project for a Partial Differential Equations course (Math 480) held at the California State University in Northridge during Fall Semester of 2009. The project was a joint project issued by two professors - Carol Shubin and Gloria Melara.

Instructor: Carol Shubin and Gloria Melara

Institution: California State University in Northridge

This collection contains: Modules by: Nicholas.

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