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Some Guidelines for Tuning an Audio Coder Given a Partially Fixed Structure
Current audio coders can be classified in two different types, depending on their degrees of freedom when implementing them: fixed or partially fixed structures. Several techniques for driving the fixed parts of coding structures are presented, allowing both a coarse and fine tuning of the coder depending on the complexity considered.
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