D. Saiu

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In this paper we deal with the problem of localizing and tracking multiple acoustic sources by means of microphones pairs. We assume that the propagation takes place in a reverberating environment such as an office room. The problem is tackled by combining two well known techniques. First, for each pair of microphones, source de-mixing is carried out using(More)
The problem of blind separation of multiple acoustic sources has been recently addressed by the TRINICON framework. By exploiting higher order statistics, it allows to successfully separate acoustic sources when propagation takes place in a reverberating environment. In this paper we apply TRINICON to the problem of source localization, emphasizing the fact(More)
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