## 5.2.1 Windowing and auto**‑**correlation computation

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LP analysis is performed once per frame using an asymmetric window. The window has its weight concentrated at the fourth subframe and it consists of two parts: the first part is a half of a Hamming window and the second part is a quarter of a Hamming-cosine function cycle. The window is given by:

( 6 )

where the values *L _{1}=256* and

*L*are used.

_{2}=128The autocorrelations of the windowed speech *s'(n),n=0,…,383 *are computed by

( 7 )

and a 60 Hz bandwidth expansion is used by lag windowing the autocorrelations using the window [2]

( 8 )

where *f _{0}=60* Hz is the bandwidth expansion and

*f*Hz is the sampling frequency. Further,

_{s}=12800*r(0)*is multiplied by the white noise correction factor 1.0001 which is equivalent to adding a noise floor at -40 dB.