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Electrical and electronic engineering
Linear prediction is a signal processing technique that is used extensively in the analysis of speech signals and, as it is so heavily referred to in speech processing literature, a certain level of familiarity with the topic is typically required by all speech processing engineers. This paper aims to provide a well-rounded introduction to linear prediction, and so doing, facilitate the understanding of the technique. Linear prediction and its mathematical derivation will be described, with a specific focus on applying the technique to speech signals. It is noted, however, that although progress in linear prediction has been driven primarily by speech research, it involves concepts that prove useful to digital signal processing in general.
O'Cinneide, A., Dorran, D. & Gainza, M. (2008) Linear Prediction: The Problem, its Solution and Application to Speech. DIT Internal Technical Report, 2008.