TY - JOUR

T1 - Adaptive interpolation of discrete-time signals that can be modeled as autoregressive processes

AU - Janssen, A.J.E.M.

AU - Veldhuis, R.N.J.

AU - Vries, L.B.

PY - 1986

Y1 - 1986

N2 - The authors present an adaptive algorithm for the restoration of lost sample values in discrete-time signals that can locally be described by means of autoregressive processes. The only restrictions are that the positions of the unknown samples should be known and that they should be embedded in a sufficiently large neighborhood of known samples. The estimates of the unknown samples are obtained by minimizing the sum of squares of the residual errors that involve estimates of the autoregressive parameters. A statistical analysis shows that, for a burst of lost samples, the expected quadratic interpolation error per sample converges to the signal variance when the burst length tends to infinity. The method is in fact the first step of an interactive algorithm where in each iteration step current estimates of the missing samples are used to compute the new estimates. Furthermore, the feasibility of implementation in hardware for real-time use is established. The method has been tested on artificially generated autoregressive processes, as well as on digitized music and speech signals.

AB - The authors present an adaptive algorithm for the restoration of lost sample values in discrete-time signals that can locally be described by means of autoregressive processes. The only restrictions are that the positions of the unknown samples should be known and that they should be embedded in a sufficiently large neighborhood of known samples. The estimates of the unknown samples are obtained by minimizing the sum of squares of the residual errors that involve estimates of the autoregressive parameters. A statistical analysis shows that, for a burst of lost samples, the expected quadratic interpolation error per sample converges to the signal variance when the burst length tends to infinity. The method is in fact the first step of an interactive algorithm where in each iteration step current estimates of the missing samples are used to compute the new estimates. Furthermore, the feasibility of implementation in hardware for real-time use is established. The method has been tested on artificially generated autoregressive processes, as well as on digitized music and speech signals.

U2 - 10.1109/TASSP.1986.1164824

DO - 10.1109/TASSP.1986.1164824

M3 - Article

VL - 34

SP - 317

EP - 330

JO - IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing

JF - IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing

SN - 0096-3518

IS - 2

ER -