Jason Wung

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This paper presents a system approach to the residual echo suppression (RES) problem in a noisy acoustic environment. We propose a method that takes advantage of our existing robust acoustic echo cancellation system in order to obtain a residual echo estimate that closely resembles the true, noise-free residual echo. To achieve improved RES during strong(More)
In this paper, we propose a single channel speech enhancement system where a postfilter, which is derived from a clean speech codebook, is applied after a log-spectral amplitude estimator. The primary motivation of this approach is to include prior knowledge about clean source signals to improve speech enhancement results. The codebook, which is trained(More)
This paper presents a novel decorrelation procedure by frequency-domain resampling in sub-bands. The new procedure expands on the idea of resampling in the frequency domain that efficiently and effectively alleviates the non-uniqueness problem for a multi-channel acoustic echo cancellation system while introducing minimal distortion to the signal. We show(More)
This paper presents a robust acoustic echo cancellation (AEC) system in the short-time Fourier transform (STFT) domain using adap-tive crossband filters. The STFT-domain AEC allows for a simpler system structure compared to the traditional frequency-domain AEC, which normally requires several applications of the discrete Fourier transform (DFT) and the(More)
This paper addresses the challenging scenario for the distant-talking control of a music playback device, a common portable speaker with four small loudspeakers in close proximity to one microphone. The user controls the device through voice, where the speech-to-music ratio can be as low as −30 dB during music playback. We propose a speech enhancement(More)