Convolutive Speech Bases and Their Application to Supervised Speech Separation


In this paper, we present a convolutive basis decomposition method and its application on simultaneous speakers separation from monophonic recordings. The model we propose is a convolutive version of the nonnegative matrix factorization algorithm. Due to the nonnegativity constraint this type of coding is very well suited for intuitively and efficiently representing magnitude spectra. We present results that reveal the nature of these basis functions and we introduce their utility in separating monophonic mixtures of known speakers

DOI: 10.1109/TASL.2006.876726

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