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Time Difference of Arrival Estimation of Speech Signals Using Deep Neural Networks with Integrated Time-frequency Masking
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This work proposes a two-part DNN structure for the estimation of TDoA values of a single speaker. Expand
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Sound source separation in real environments using two sensors
The present invention relates to a threshold circuit for connection between the terminals of a power-supply and a load - particularly a tone-ringer for use in a station-set of a telephone or likeExpand
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Recognition of Everyday Auditory Scenes: Potentials, Latencies and Cues
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A li stening test was conducted where the human abili ties in recognizing everyday auditory scenes based on binaural recordings were studied. Expand
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A Speaker Localization System for Lecture Room Environment
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This paper presents a speaker localization system, which is an entry to Rich Transcription 2005 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation. Expand
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Self-localization of wireless acoustic sensors in meeting rooms
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This paper presents a passive acoustic self-localization and synchronization system, which estimates the positions of wireless acoustic sensors utilizing the signals emitted by the persons present in the same room. Expand
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Moving sound source localization in large areas
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This paper presents a sound source localization method that considers the limited propagation speed of sound. Expand
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Time-Frequency Masking Strategies for Single-Channel Low-Latency Speech Enhancement Using Neural Networks
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This paper presents a low-latency neural network based speech enhancement system. Expand
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TUT Acoustic Source Tracking System 2006
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This paper documents the acoustic source tracking system developed by TUT for the 2006 CLEAR evaluation campaign. Expand
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A spatiotemporal approach to passive sound source localization
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The delay between the event and the observation is a fundamental problem in acoustic localization. Expand
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Self-localization of dynamic user-worn microphones from observed speech
Abstract The increase of mobile devices and most recently wearables has raised the interest to utilize their sensors for various applications such as indoor localization. We present the firstExpand
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