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Short-time Energy and Zero Crossing Rate

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Short-time Energy and Zero Crossing Rate



06 Apr 2009 (Updated )

Compute the short time energy (STE) and short-time zero crossing rate (STZCR) of a signal.

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This folder contains two simple functions (zerocross and energy) to compute STE and STZCR.

The script zcr_ste_so.m uses these two and other functions (included) to compute the STE and STZCR
of the word 'so'.

See the respective function help for more details.

Required Products Signal Processing Toolbox
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.7 (R2008b)
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Comments and Ratings (13)
17 Aug 2016 Prabu Paul

20 Apr 2016 Jonathan Ouaknine

how the hell are we suppose to fixe your "winlen" for energy function, it's the length of the window, i'm ruining myself by finding out how to determin it without lucky shot.

19 Apr 2016 najah G

Thanx, already download and manage to run it

25 Sep 2015 afiqiqmal

oh..remove already done..but i wonder which one is STE, ZCR and ZCRSTE??

24 Sep 2015 afiqiqmal

24 Sep 2015 afiqiqmal

Sir..but how to remove the silence part?

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25 Mar 2015 Elizabeth Rocha

thanks! :D

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04 Mar 2015 Catarina Martins

Very nice funcion
Thank you!
I think that the output of the energy vector should be cut to the length of the original signal, at least that make sense in my work.

24 Feb 2012 Nabin S Sharma

thanks all.

@John, its not a simple multiply. Please get some reference on zero-cross rate.

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15 Dec 2011 zuo

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12 Jan 2010 John Gar

A good work!! But, why you use convolution to multiplicate the window in the ZCR? It's not a simple multiply?

17 Jun 2009 Adam Hartz

11 May 2009 Diego

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Good work, man! It helped me a lot!

Thanks and good luck!

14 Jan 2014 1.2

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