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HISTORICAL BACKGROUND. Synthetic Audio: A Brief History. Speech Analysis and Synthesis Overview. Brief History of Automatic Speech Recognition. Speech-Recognition Overview. MATHEMATICAL BACKGROUND. Digital Signal Processing. Digital Filters and Discrete Fourier Transform. Pattern Classification. Statistical Pattern Classification. ACOUSTICS. Wave Basics. Acoustic Tube Modeling of Speech Production. Music Production. Room Acoustics. AUDITORY PERCEPTION. Ear Physiology. Psychoacoustics. Models of Pitch Perception. Speech Perception. Human Speech Recognition. SPEECH FEATURES. The Auditory System as a Filter Bank. The Cepstrum as a Spectral Analyzer. Linear Prediction. AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION. Feature Extraction for ASR. Linguistic Categories for Speech Recognition. Deterministic Sequence Recognition for ASR. Statistical Sequence Recognition. Statistical Model Training. Discriminant Acoustic Probability Estimation. Speech Recognition and Understanding. SYNTHESIS AND CODING. Speech Synthesis. Pitch Detection. Vocoders. Low-Rate Vocoders. Medium-Rate and High-Rate Vocoders. OTHER APPLICATIONS. Speech Transformations. Some Aspects of Computer Music Synthesis. Speaker Verification. Index.