Linear Predictive Coefficients

I hope this one challenges all you experts out there.  First let me start off by eliminating some of your thoughts about this being for school.  It is completely for my own enjoyment, as sick as that might be :-)  Anyway,
I want to know everything I can about Linear Predictive Coefficients (LPC) when applied to speach analysis, but more specificaly, how to apply this technique to C++ source code.  Any assistance will be appriciated.
Thanks,
-me-
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
LPC tutorial:
http://www.otolith.com/pub/u/howitt/lpc.tutorial.html
Other tutorial (with code in very strange lang, but can easy convert to C)
http://www.ece.cmu.edu/~ee551/projects/s_96_5/speech.html
Article with many references(but without code):
http://iris1.let.kun.nl/literature/strik.1992.1.html
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ozoCommented:
What are you trying to do with LPC analysis?  Derive the formants in a speech sample?
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TrEaSoNAuthor Commented:
That would be what i'm trying to do.
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