Date of Award
Master of Science
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
The problem of speech enhancement presents many obstacles in the speech processing field. This thesis develops several speech de-noising systems that can be used in the time, fourier, and wavelet domains. We present two thresholding techniques soft and hard. The application of these thresholding techniques to noisy speech data is discussed. The combination of both wavelets and the Fourier domains with noisy phase restoration proves to yield the best results in terms of intelligibility. Informal listening tests were conducted in order to compare the effects and differences between the speech de-noising systems.
DTIC Accession Number
Dehmani, Hassan, "Noise Reduction for Speech Enhancement Using Non-Linear Wavelet Processing" (1994). Theses and Dissertations. 6593.