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|Title:||Blind speech separation algorithm for dynamically mixing systems|
|Subjects:||Blind speech separation|
Fixed point algorithm
|Source:||IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics : 20th ICCE : June 19-21, 2001, p. 222-223|
|Abstract:||This paper presents a blind speech separation algorithm that is capable of extracting a speech signal from background noise or music based on a microphone-array. A variable rearrangement is derived to convert convolution operations into a simple matrix multiplication in dynamically mixing systems. The fast fixed-point algorithm is then extended to separate a speech signal from background noise in a realistic room with acoustic reverberation.|
|Description:||Conference sponsored by the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society|
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