Binaural Noise-Reduction Method Based on Blind Source Separation and Perceptual Post Processing

@inproceedings{MarinHurtado2011BinauralNM,
  title={Binaural Noise-Reduction Method Based on Blind Source Separation and Perceptual Post Processing},
  author={Jorge I. Marin-Hurtado and Devangi N. Parikh and David V. Anderson},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2011}
}
Binaural hearing aids include a wireless link to exchange the signals received at each side, allowing the implementation of more efficient noise-reduction algorithms for hostile environments such as babble noise. Although several binaural noisereduction techniques have been proposed in the literature, only a few of them preserve localization cues of the target and interfering signals simultaneously without degrading the SNR improvement. This paper proposes a novel binaural noise-reduction… CONTINUE READING

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