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lpcrf2ar

PURPOSE ^

LPCRF2AR Convert reflection coefs to autoregressive coefs [AR,ARP,ARU,G]=(RF)

SYNOPSIS ^

function [ar,arp,aru,g]=lpcrf2ar(rf)

DESCRIPTION ^

LPCRF2AR Convert reflection coefs to autoregressive coefs [AR,ARP,ARU,G]=(RF)

 Input:  RF(:,p+1) gives reflection coefficients of one or more p-section lossless tubes 
 Ouputs: G is the gain of the all-pole AR filter
         AR/G is the transfer function from U_in to the glottal input wave, U_g.
               AR(:,1)=1 always.
         ARP*K is the transfer function from U_in to the pressure just after the glottis
               where K = rho*c/Alips: rho = air density 1.23 kg/m^3, c=sound speed 340 m/s, 
               Alips = effective area of free space beyond the lips.
         ARU is the transfer function from U_in to the total volume velocity through the glottis
 
              where U_in=z^(p/2)*U_lips is the time-advanced volume velocity at the lips

         Energy into the vcal tract is equal to K*filter(ARP,1,Ulips).*filter(ARU,1,Ulips)
              reverse glottal flows divided by 1-r0 where r0 is the glottal reflection coefficient.
              The scale factor is included to avoid a zero answer when the glottis is closed giving r0=1.

 The transfer functions have ar(:,1)=art(:,1)=1
 They should both be multiplied by z^(p/2)/prod(1+rf) to correct the absolute
 gain and to compensate for the delay of p/2 samples along the length of the tube.

 The energy into the vocal tract is given by ars(speech) * are(speech)

 Ref: D. M. Brookes and H. P. Loke. "Modelling energy flow in the vocal tract with
           applications to glottal closure and opening detection." In Proc ICASSP'99, pages 213-216, Mar 1999.

CROSS-REFERENCE INFORMATION ^

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SOURCE CODE ^

0001 function [ar,arp,aru,g]=lpcrf2ar(rf)
0002 %LPCRF2AR Convert reflection coefs to autoregressive coefs [AR,ARP,ARU,G]=(RF)
0003 %
0004 % Input:  RF(:,p+1) gives reflection coefficients of one or more p-section lossless tubes
0005 % Ouputs: G is the gain of the all-pole AR filter
0006 %         AR/G is the transfer function from U_in to the glottal input wave, U_g.
0007 %               AR(:,1)=1 always.
0008 %         ARP*K is the transfer function from U_in to the pressure just after the glottis
0009 %               where K = rho*c/Alips: rho = air density 1.23 kg/m^3, c=sound speed 340 m/s,
0010 %               Alips = effective area of free space beyond the lips.
0011 %         ARU is the transfer function from U_in to the total volume velocity through the glottis
0012 %
0013 %              where U_in=z^(p/2)*U_lips is the time-advanced volume velocity at the lips
0014 %
0015 %         Energy into the vcal tract is equal to K*filter(ARP,1,Ulips).*filter(ARU,1,Ulips)
0016 %              reverse glottal flows divided by 1-r0 where r0 is the glottal reflection coefficient.
0017 %              The scale factor is included to avoid a zero answer when the glottis is closed giving r0=1.
0018 %
0019 % The transfer functions have ar(:,1)=art(:,1)=1
0020 % They should both be multiplied by z^(p/2)/prod(1+rf) to correct the absolute
0021 % gain and to compensate for the delay of p/2 samples along the length of the tube.
0022 %
0023 % The energy into the vocal tract is given by ars(speech) * are(speech)
0024 %
0025 % Ref: D. M. Brookes and H. P. Loke. "Modelling energy flow in the vocal tract with
0026 %           applications to glottal closure and opening detection." In Proc ICASSP'99, pages 213-216, Mar 1999.
0027 
0028 
0029 %      Copyright (C) Mike Brookes 1997
0030 %      Version: $Id: lpcrf2ar.m 713 2011-10-16 14:45:43Z dmb $
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0050 
0051 [nf,p1]=size(rf);
0052 p2=p1+1;
0053 p=p1-1;
0054 pm=p-1;
0055 arf=[ones(nf,1) zeros(nf,p)];
0056 arr=[zeros(nf,p) rf(:,p1)];
0057 cr=zeros(nf,p);
0058 for k=1:p-1
0059   rk=rf(:,(p1-k)*ones(1,k));
0060   cr(:,1:k)=arr(:,p2-k:p1);
0061   arr(:,p1-k:p)=arr(:,p1-k:p)+rk.*arf(:,1:k);
0062   arf(:,2:k+1)=arf(:,2:k+1)+rk.*cr(:,1:k);
0063 end
0064 r1=rf(:,1);
0065 ar=arf+r1(:,ones(1,p1)).*arr;
0066 if nargout>1
0067    kp=prod(1-rf(:,2:p1),2);
0068    arp=(arf-arr)./kp(:,ones(1,p1));
0069    if nargout>2
0070       g=prod(1+rf(:,2:p1),2);
0071       aru=(arf+arr)./g(:,ones(1,p1));
0072       if nargout>3
0073          g=g.*(1+rf(:,1));
0074       end
0075    end
0076 end
0077 
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