Martin Hansen

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Inhabitants in smart environments are often authenticated when they enter the smart environment, e.g., through biometrics or smart-/swipe-card systems. It may sometimes be necessary to re-authenticate when an inhabitant wishes to enter a restricted area or access ambient services or location based information, e.g., it is common to have swipe card terminals(More)
This paper describes the application of a quantitative psychoacoustical signal preprocessing model for objective speech quality measurement. The preprocessing is applied to transform the original and the distorted speech signal to an internal representation which is thought of as the information that is accessible to higher neural stages of perception. From(More)
The present w ork concerns a system aimed at enhancing a target talker under varying signal conditions based on the use of several dierent t ypes of information or \cues". Toward this end, an architecture designed to combine separately operating estimators is described and evaluated. The architecture is currently implemented using spatial-and(More)
As an alternative to traditional artificial heads, it is possible to synthesize individual head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) using a so-called virtual artificial head (VAH), consisting of a microphone array with an appropriate topology and filter coefficients optimized using a narrowband least squares cost function. The resulting spatial directivity(More)
This article investigates the different acoustic signals that hearing aid users are exposed to in their everyday environment. Binaural microphone signals from recording positions close to the microphone locations of behind-the-ear hearing aids were recorded by 20 hearing aid users during daily life. The recorded signals were acoustically analyzed with(More)
Only recently the first successful serotonin 2A (5-HT2A) receptor agonist PET radioligands have been described, with [(11)C]Cimbi-36 reported as the most promising in the pig brain so far. Agonist radioligands may target specifically the G protein-coupled state of the receptors and thereby provide a more meaningful assessment of available receptors than(More)
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