Electrical Engineering 225D

Title Audio Signal Processing in Humans and Machines
Units 3
Prerequisites 123 or equivalent; Statistics 200A or equivalent; or graduate standing and consent of instructor.
Description Introduction to relevant signal processing and basics of pattern recognition. Introduction to coding, synthesis, and recognition. Models of speech and music production and perception. Signal processing for speech analysis. Pitch perception and auditory spectral analysis with applications to speech and music. Vocoders and music synthesizers. Statistical speech recognition, including introduction to Hidden Markov Model and Neural Network approaches.
Sections Instructor Teaching Effectiveness How worthwhile was this course?
Spring 2014 Nelson Morgan 5.7 / 7 6.0 / 7
Spring 2012 Nelson Morgan 5.5 / 7 5.6 / 7
Spring 2009 Nelson Morgan 6.0 / 7 5.7 / 7
Spring 2007 Nelson Morgan 4.4 / 7 5.1 / 7
Spring 2005 Nelson Morgan 5.1 / 7 5.4 / 7
Spring 2003 Nelson Morgan 5.7 / 7 5.8 / 7
Spring 2001 Nelson Morgan 5.8 / 7 5.8 / 7
Spring 1997 B. Gold 4.2 / 7 5.6 / 7
Spring 1997 Gold Morgan 5.3 / 7 5.3 / 7
Spring 1995 B. Gold 4.8 / 7 5.8 / 7
Spring 1995 Nelson Morgan 5.1 / 7 6.1 / 7
Overall Rating Teaching Effectiveness How worthwhile was this course?
5.2 / 7 5.7 / 7
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