Alan Archer-Boyd

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In this paper we propose a novel multi-channel algorithm to separate simultaneous speakers in an environment where the microphone array is subject to movement. When the microphones are mounted to a person's head, for instance, the movements can lead to ambiguities with respect to the sources and to distortions in the processed signal. The proposed system(More)
Sound sources at the same angle in front or behind a two-microphone array (e.g., bilateral hearing aids) produce the same time delay and two estimates for the direction of arrival: A front-back confusion. The auditory system can resolve this issue using head movements. To resolve front-back confusion for hearing-aid algorithms, head movement was measured(More)
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