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Adversarial Auto-Encoding for Packet Loss Concealment

@article{Pascual2021AdversarialAF,
  title={Adversarial Auto-Encoding for Packet Loss Concealment},
  author={Santiago Pascual and Joan Serr{\`a} and Jordi Pons},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2107.03100}
}
Communication technologies like voice over IP operate under constrained real-time conditions, with voice packets being subject to delays and losses from the network. In such cases, the packet loss concealment (PLC) algorithm reconstructs missing frames until a new real packet is received. Recently, autoregressive deep neural networks have been shown to surpass the quality of signal processing methods for PLC, specially for long-term predictions beyond 60 ms. In this work, we propose a non… Expand

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