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 Title & Authors
Influence Analysis of Food on Body Organs by Applying Speech Signal Processing Techniques
Kim, Bong-Hyun; Cho, Dong-Uk;
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 Abstract
In this paper, the influence analysis of food on human body organs is proposed by applying speech signal processing techniques. Until these days, most of researches regarding the influence of food on body organs are such that "A" ingredient of food may produce a good effect on "B" organ. However, the numerical and quantified researches regarding these effects hardly have been performed. This paper therefore proposes a method to quantify the effects by using numerical data, so as to retrieve new facts and informations. Especially, this paper investigates the effect of tomatoes on human heart function. The experiment collects samples of voice signals, before and after 5 minutes, 30 minutes and 1 hour, from 15 males in their 20s who have not abnormal heart function; the voice signal components are applied to measure changes of heart conditions to digitize and quantify the effects of tomatoes on cardiac function.
 Keywords
Speech Signal Processing;Voice Analysis;Influence on Food;Jitter;2nd Formants Frequency Bandwidth;
 Language
Korean
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