Joseph H. DiBiase

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A major problem for speech recognition systems is relieving the talker of the need to use a close-talking, head-mounted or a desk-stand microphone. A likely solution is the use of an array of microphones that can steer itself to the talker and can use a beam-forming algorithm to overcome the reduced signal-to-noise ratio due to room acoustics. This paper(More)
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