PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Dr. Dan Chazan
No of theses 12
Department Electrical Engineering
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Stettiner Yoram 1995 PhD Long-Term Model for Voiced Speech with Application To Co-Channel Speech Separation
Singer Yoram 1992 MSc Non Parametric Methods for Speech Consonants Recognition
Litvin Yevgeni 2010 MSc Abstracts Single-Channel Blind Source Separation of Audio Signals
Moskovitz Michael 2005 MSc Abstracts Improvement of a Parametric Model for Audio Signal Compression at Low Bit Rates
Kobzantsev Alexander 2004 MSc Abstracts Automatic Transcription of Polyphonic Music
Litichever Zeev 2002 MSc Abstracts Classification of Transition Sounds with Application to Speech Recognition
Erlich Yossi 1996 MSc On Hmm Based Speech Recognition Using Mce Approach
Kramash-Stettiner Orly 1994 MSc A Statistical Porametric Model for Rocognition
Hoory Ron 1994 MSc Speech Production Models and Their Calibration for the
Eilam Alon 1991 MSc Sub Dand Acoustic Echo Cancellation
Meir Doron 1991 MSc Identification of a Quasi Statiomary All Pole Filter
Roth Ze’ev 1989 MSc Enhancement of Inteligibility of Reverberated Speech