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The rst implementation of Wold s decomposition emphasizes its relationship to the Linear Prediction (LP) theory as rst proposed by Itakura and Saito [1968]. The model derives its structure from the representation of the regular component as white noise run through a linear lter, which is causal, stable, and has a causal and stable inverse i.e., a minimum-phase lter. The same lter is used for the generation of the singular component in voiced speech where it mostly consists of a number of harmonically related sinusoids which can be modeled by running a periodic pulse train through the linear lter. This allows exible shaping of the spectral envelope of all harmonics but does not account for their original phase information because the phases are now determined by the phase response of the minimum-phase lter which is strictly coupled to its logarithmic amplitude response (via a Hilbert transform). Furthermore, as there is only one lter for two excitation types (white noise and pulse trains), the model simpli es their additive superposition to a hard switch in the time domain, requiring strict temporal segregation of noise-like and nearly periodic speech (compare the decoder block diagram shown in Figure 15.3). This simpli cation results in a systematic model mismatch for mixed excitation signals. Linear Prediction Analysis The LPC encoder has to estimate the model parameters for every given frame, and to quantize and code them for transmission. We will only discuss estimation of the LP lter parameters here; estimation of the fundamental period T0 = 1/f0 is treated later in this text (Section 15.4.3). As a
Patterning in a Sketch .......................................................................................................285 Further sketch myth debunking ..............................................................................287 Patterning a sketch ..................................................................................................288 Linear Sketch Pattern.....................................................................................288 Circular Sketch Pattern ..................................................................................288 Mirroring in a Sketch ........................................................................................................290 Mirror Entities .........................................................................................................290 Dynamic Mirror ......................................................................................................290 Symmetry sketch relation ........................................................................................291 Mirroring in 3D sketches.........................................................................................291 Geometry Pattern ..............................................................................................................291 Patterning Bodies ..............................................................................................................293 Patterning Faces ................................................................................................................293 Patterning Fillets ...............................................................................................................295 Understanding Pattern Types ............................................................................................295 Linear Pattern ..........................................................................................................295 Circular Pattern .......................................................................................................297 Curve Driven Pattern...............................................................................................298 Sketch Driven Pattern..............................................................................................301 Table Driven Pattern ...............................................................................................301 Fill Pattern ..............................................................................................................303 Cosmetic Patterns .............................................................................................................304 Mirroring in 3D ................................................................................................................306 Mirroring bodies .....................................................................................................306 Mirroring features ...................................................................................................306 Mirroring entire parts ..............................................................................................307 Tutorial: Creating a Circular Pattern .................................................................................307 Tutorial: Mirroring Features ..............................................................................................309 Tutorial: Applying a Cosmetic Pattern...............................................................................311 Summary ..........................................................................................................................313
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