Abstract—The main aim of this paper is study the acoustical cues of Galo language. The Galo is the major language of Arunachal Pradesh, the Northern state of India. The Galo tribe belongs to the Tibeto-Burman family of languages. The classification and Identification of different tribes/sub-tribes of Arunachal Pradesh can be made based on the "dialect" of the languages. There is marked variations of the same Galo Dilects with respect to locations and environment. These variations are noticed in terms of Prosody, Intonations, Pitch and durations etc. It is the aim of this paper to explore the acoustical features of this language based on Cepstral features.
Index Terms—Formant frequency, cepstral coefficient, galo language.
Marpe Sora is with Department of Computer science and Engineering Rajiv, Gandhi University, Itanagar, CO 791112 INDIA (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
P. H. Talukdar is with the Department of Instrumentation & USIC, Gandhi University, Itanagar, CO 791112, India.
Cite: Marpe Sora, Jyotismita Talukdar, and P. H. Talukdar, "Formant Frequency and Cepstral Method Estimation of Galo Phonemes Using Acoustical Cues," International Journal of Information and Electronics Engineering vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 28-31, 2013.