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# gtcc

Extract gammatone cepstral coefficients, log-energy, delta, and delta-delta

## Syntax

``coeffs = gtcc(audioIn,fs)``
``coeffs = gtcc(___,Name,Value)``
``[coeffs,delta,deltaDelta,loc] = gtcc(___)``

## Description

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````coeffs = gtcc(audioIn,fs)` returns the gammatone cepstral coefficients (GTCCs) for the audio input, sampled at a frequency of `fs` Hz.```

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````coeffs = gtcc(___,Name,Value)` specifies options using one or more `Name,Value` pair arguments.```

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````[coeffs,delta,deltaDelta,loc] = gtcc(___)` returns the delta, delta-delta, and location in samples corresponding to each window of data. This output syntax can be used with any of the previous input syntaxes.```

## Examples

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Get the gammatone cepstral coefficients for an audio file using default settings. Plot the results.

```[audioIn,fs] = audioread('Counting-16-44p1-mono-15secs.wav'); [coeffs,~,~,loc] = gtcc(audioIn,fs); t = loc./fs; plot(t,coeffs) xlabel('Time (s)') title('Gammatone Cepstral Coefficients') legend('logE','0','1','2','3','4','5','6','7','8','9','10','11','12', ... 'Location','northeastoutside') ``` Read in an audio file.

```[audioIn,fs] = audioread('Turbine-16-44p1-mono-22secs.wav'); ```

Calculate 20 GTCC using filters equally spaced on the ERB scale between `hz2erb(62.5)` and `hz2erb(12000)`. Calculate the coefficients using 50 ms windows with 25 ms overlap. Replace the 0th coefficient with the log-energy. Use time-domain filtering.

```[coeffs,~,~,loc] = gtcc(audioIn,fs, ... 'NumCoeffs',20, ... 'FrequencyRange',[62.5,12000], ... 'WindowLength',round(0.05*fs), ... 'OverlapLength',round(0.025*fs), ... 'LogEnergy','Replace', ... 'FilterDomain','Time'); ```

Plot the results.

```t = loc./fs; plot(t,coeffs) xlabel('Time (s)') title('Gammatone Cepstral Coefficients') legend('logE','1','2','3','4','5','6','7','8','9','10','11','12','13', ... '14','15','16','17','18','19','Location','northeastoutside'); ``` ## Input Arguments

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Input signal, specified as a vector or matrix. If specified as a matrix, `gtcc` treats the columns of the matrix as individual audio channels.

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Sample rate of the input signal in Hz, specified as a positive scalar.

Data Types: `single` | `double`

### Name-Value Pair Arguments

Specify optional comma-separated pairs of `Name,Value` arguments. `Name` is the argument name and `Value` is the corresponding value. `Name` must appear inside quotes. You can specify several name and value pair arguments in any order as `Name1,Value1,...,NameN,ValueN`.

Example: `coeffs = gtcc(audioIn,fs,'LogEnergy','Replace')` returns gammatone cepstral coefficients for the audio input signal sampled at `fs` Hz. For each analysis window, the first coefficient in the `coeffs` vector is replaced with the log energy of the input signal.

Number of samples in analysis window used to calculate the coefficients, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of `'WindowLength'` and an integer in the range [2, `size(audioIn,1)`]. If unspecified, `WindowLength` defaults to `round(0.03*fs)`.

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Number of samples overlapped between adjacent windows, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of `'OverlapLength'` and an integer in the range [0, `WindowLength`). If unspecified, `OverlapLength` defaults to `round(0.02*fs)`.

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Number of coefficients returned for each window of data, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of `'NumCoeffs'` and an integer in the range [2, v]. v is the number of valid passbands. If unspecified, `NumCoeffs` defaults to `13`.

The number of valid passbands is defined as the number of ERB steps (ERBN) in the frequency range of the filter bank. The frequency range of the filter bank is specified by `FrequencyRange`.

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Domain in which to apply filtering, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of `'FilterDomain'` and `'Frequency'` or `'Time'`. If unspecified, `FilterDomain` defaults to `Frequency`.

Data Types: `string` | `char`

Frequency range of gammatone filter bank in Hz, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of `'FrequencyRange'` and a two-element row vector of increasing values in the range [0, `fs`/2]. If unspecified, `FrequencyRange` defaults to ```[50, fs/2]```

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Number of bins used to calculate the DFT of windowed input samples, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of `'FFTLength'` and a positive scalar integer. If unspecified, `FFTLength` defaults to `WindowLength`.

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Number of coefficients used to calculate the delta and the delta-delta values, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of `'DeltaWindowLength'` and two or an odd integer greater than two. If unspecified, `DeltaWindowLength` defaults to `2`.

If `DeltaWindowLength` is set to `2`, the `delta` is given by the difference between the current coefficients and the previous coefficients.

If `DeltaWindowLength` is set to an odd integer greater than `2`, the following equation defines their values: The function uses a least-squares approximation of the local slope over a region around the coefficients of the current analysis window. The delta cepstral values are computed by fitting the cepstral coefficients of neighboring analysis windows (M analysis windows before the current analysis window and M analysis windows after the current analysis window) to a straight line. For details, see .

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Log energy usage, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of `'LogEnergy'` and `'Append'`, `'Replace'`, or `'Ignore'`. If unspecified, `LogEnergy` defaults to `Append`.

• `'Append'` –– The function prepends the log energy to the coefficients vector. The length of the coefficients vector is 1 + `NumCoeffs`.

• `'Replace'` –– The function replaces the first coefficient with the log energy of the signal. The length of the coefficients vector is `NumCoeffs`.

• `'Ignore'` –– The function does not calculate or return the log energy.

Data Types: `char` | `string`

## Output Arguments

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Gammatone cepstral coefficients, returned as an L-by-M matrix or an L-by-M-by-N array, where:

• L –– Number of analysis windows the audio signal is partitioned into. The input size, `WindowLength`, and `OverlapLength` control this dimension: ```L = floor((size(audioIn,1) − WindowLength))/(WindowLength − OverlapLength) + 1```.

• M –– Number of coefficients returned per frame. This value is determined by `NumCoeffs` and `LogEnergy`.

When `LogEnergy` is set to:

• `'Append'` –– The object prepends the log energy value to the coefficients vector. The length of the coefficients vector is 1 + `NumCoeffs`.

• `'Replace'` –– The object replaces the first coefficient with the log energy of the signal. The length of the coefficients vector is `NumCoeffs`.

• `'Ignore'` –– The object does not calculate or return the log energy. The length of the coefficients vector is `NumCoeffs`.

• N –– Number of input channels (columns). This value is `size(audioIn,2)`.

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Change in coefficients from one analysis window to another, returned as an L-by-M matrix or an L-by-M-by-N array. The `delta` array is the same size and data type as the `coeffs` array. See `coeffs` for the definitions of L, M, and N.

The function uses a least-squares approximation of the local slope over a region around the current time sample. For details, see .

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Change in `delta` values, returned as an L-by-M matrix or an L-by-M-by-N array. The `deltaDelta` array is the same size and data type as the `coeffs` and `delta` arrays. See `coeffs` for the definitions of L, M, and N.

The function uses a least-squares approximation of the local slope over a region around the current time sample. For details, see .

Data Types: `single` | `double`

Location of last sample in each analysis window, returned as a column vector with the same number of rows as `coeffs`.

Data Types: `single` | `double`

## Algorithms

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The `gtcc` function splits the entire data into overlapping segments. The length of each analysis window is determined by `WindowLength`. The length of overlap between analysis windows is determined by `OverlapLength`. The algorithm to determine the gammatone cepstral coefficients depends on the filter domain, specified by `FilterDomain`. The default filter domain is frequency.

### Frequency-Domain Filtering

`gtcc` computes the gammatone cepstral coefficients, log energy values, delta, and delta-delta values for each analysis window as per the algorithm described in `cepstralFeatureExtractor`.

### Time-Domain Filtering

If `FilterDomain` is specified as `'Time'`, the `gtcc` function uses the `gammatoneFilterBank` to apply time-domain filtering. The basic steps of the `gtcc` algorithm are outlined by the diagram. The `FrequencyRange` and sample rate (`fs`) parameters are set on the filter bank using the name-value pairs input to the `gtcc` function. The number of filters in the gammatone filter bank is defined as ```hz2erb(FrequencyRange(2)) − hz2erb(FrequencyRange(1))```.This roughly corresponds to placing a gammatone filter every 0.9 mm in the cochlea.

The output from the gammatone filter bank is a multichannel signal. Each channel output from the gammatone filter bank is buffered into overlapped analysis windows, as specified by `WindowLength` and `OverlapLength`. Then a periodic Hamming window is applied to each analysis window. The energy for each analysis window of data is calculated. The STE of the channels are concatenated. The concatenated signal is then passed through a logarithm function and transformed to the cepstral domain using a discrete cosine transform (DCT).

The log-energy is calculated on the original audio signal using the same buffering scheme applied to the gammatone filter bank output.

 Rabiner, Lawrence R., and Ronald W. Schafer. Theory and Applications of Digital Speech Processing. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson, 2010.

 Shao, Yang, Zhaozhang Jin, Deliang Wang, and Soundararajan Srinivasan. "An Auditory-Based Feature for Robust Speech Recognition." IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing. 2009.

 Valero, X., and F. Alias. "Gammatone Cepstral Coefficients: Biologically Inspired Features for Non-Speech Audio Classification." IEEE Transactions on Multimedia. Vol. 14, Issue 6, 2012, pp. 1684–1689.

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