Detection of impulsive disturbances in archive audio signals

@inproceedings{Ciolek2017DetectionOI,
  title={Detection of impulsive disturbances in archive audio signals},
  author={Marcin Ciolek and Maciej Niedzwiecki},
  booktitle={ICASSP},
  year={2017}
}
In this paper the problem of detection of impulsive disturbances in archive audio signals is considered. It is shown that semi-causal/noncausal solutions based on joint evaluation of signal prediction errors and leave-one-out signal interpolation errors, allow one to noticeably improve detection results compared to the prediction-only based solutions. The proposed approaches are evaluated on a set of clean audio signals contaminated with real click waveforms extracted from silent parts of old… CONTINUE READING

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