Hierarchic Models of Hearing for Sound Separation and Reconstruction

@inproceedings{Ellis1993HierarchicMO,
  title={Hierarchic Models of Hearing for Sound Separation and Reconstruction},
  author={Daniel P. W. Ellis},
  year={1993}
}
In building a machine to detect and segregate individual components in sound mixtures, the best example to copy is the human auditory system. Several models of auditory organization implement various rules of psychoacoustic grouping [Breg90]; we propose in addition to model auditory inference as exhibited in the well-known ‘phonemic restoration illusion’ of [Warr70]. A hierarchy of abstracted features and source hypotheses similar to [Nawa92] allows reconstruction of obliterated detail which… CONTINUE READING

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