Q2.8: Signal Processing Software

[Note: Question 1.9 lists speech laboratory environments and audio editors, many of which provide basic and advanced signal processing capabilities.]

Signal Processing Products

* SigLib from Numerix Ltd.

On the Web

The following sites provide lists of useful DSP software. Not all the software is directly applicable to speech processing.

comp.dsp FAQ
http://www.bdti.com/faq/dsp_faq.htm
DSP Internet Resources
http://www.eg3.com/
http://www.eg3.com/dsp.htm
Poynton's Digital Signal Processing Resource List
http://www.inforamp.net/~poynton/Poynton-dsp.html
WWW Pages Relating to Sound Computation
http://datura.cerl.uiuc.edu/netstuff/sigsoundLinks.html
Yahoo - Signal and Image Processing
http://www.yahoo.com/Science/Engineering/Electrical_Engineering/Signal_and_Image_Processing/
Sound Related Resources
http://pscinfo.psc.edu/~geigel/menus/sound.html
SPLIB: Signal Processing url LIBrary
http://jazz.rice.edu/splib/
Wavelet's Home Page
http://www.mat.sbg.ac.at/~uhl/wav.html

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