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Coded amplitude of the noise. Coded noise envelope parameter: time of maximum Coded noise envelope parameter: attack rate. Coded noise envelope parameter: decay rate. Coded LAR LPC parameters of the noise. A flag indicating that the amplitude envelope is applied to the i-th individual line. Coded frequency change of i-th individual line. Coded amplitude change of i-th individual line. Coded frequency of i-th individual line. Coded amplitude of i-th individual line. Coded envelope enhancement parameter: time of maximum.

2 Enhanced decoder Since there is no enhancement data for noise components, there is no specific enhanced decoding mode for noise parameters. If noise is to be synthesized with enhancement data present for the other components, the basic noise parameter decoder can be used. However it has to be noted that if the HILN decoder is used as a core in a scalable coder no noise signal must be synthesized for the signal which is given to the enhancement decoder. 1 Tool description This tool synthesizes the audio signal according to the harmonic and individual line parameters decoded by the corresponding decoder tools.

PrevNumLine-1 the previous line continuation flag is read from HILNbasicFrame(): prevLineContFlag[k] If prevLineContFlag[k] = 1 then line k of the previous frame is continued in the current frame. If prevLineContFlag[k] = 0 then line k of the previous frame is not continued. In the current frame, first the parameters of all continued lines are encoded followed by the parameters of the new lines. Therefore, the line continuation flag and the line predecessor are determined before decoding the line parameters: i=0 for (k=0;k

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