Reconocimiento de patrones de habla usando MFCC y RNA

Recognition of speech pattern using MFCC and ANN

  • Olga L. Ramos
  • Diego A. Rojas
  • Leonardo A. Góngora
Palabras clave: artificial intelligence, MFCC, pattern recognition, speech (en_US)
Palabras clave: habla, inteligencia artificial, MFCC, reconocimiento de patrones (es_ES)

Resumen (es_ES)

En este trabajo se presentan los resultados del diseño y desarrollo de un algoritmo basado en inteligencia artificial para el reconocimiento de patrones de vocablos del idioma español, utilizando Coeficientes Cepstrales en las Frecuencias de Mel o (MFCC), para representar el habla a través de la percepción auditiva del ser humano. La utilización de MFCC permitió caracterizar las señales de voz teniendo en cuenta el posible ruido presente en el ambiente de grabación, lo cual ayudo a la obtención de patrones comunes entre estas señales cuando presentan alteraciones. Como resultado se obtuvo un reconocimiento superior al 95% de las tres vocales escogidas, en este caso la /a/,/e/,/o/, entre un grupo de 22 muestras por vocal para el entrenamiento y 11 muestras para la validación. Las muestras fueron obtenidas de 11 personas, todas del género masculino.

Resumen (en_US)

In this work the results of the design and development of an algorithm based on artificial intelligence and MFCC for recognizing speech patterns are presented. The using of MFCC allowed to characterize voice signals, having into account the noise in the record environment, which helps with the estimation of common patterns among these signals when presents disturbances. As a main result of this work, a recognizing rate between 93 and 96% for the selected vowels (/a/,/e/,/o/) was achieved. For the training a number of 22 samples were used and others 11 for the validation process. The samples were obtained from 11 test subjects, all of them of male genre.


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Ramos, O. L., Rojas, D. A., & Góngora, L. A. (2016). Reconocimiento de patrones de habla usando MFCC y RNA. Visión electrónica, 10(1), 5-11.
Publicado: 2016-06-20
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