Third International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP 94)
We present a theory for the detection and identification of pitch and voicing based on a comprehensive physiological model of auditory signal processing. Our approach is based on building detectors of spatially and temporally local patterns of response phase from a number of parallel channels. Using this approach, we have designed computationally simple, physiologically reasonable algorithms for pitch and voicing that are robust in noise and selective for speech.
Bibliographic reference. Holton, Thomas (1994): "Robust pitch and voicing detection using a model of auditory signal processing", In ICSLP-1994, 1963-1966.