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Microphone Utility Estimation in Acoustic Sensor Networks using Single-Channel Signal Features

@article{Gunther2022MicrophoneUE,
  title={Microphone Utility Estimation in Acoustic Sensor Networks using Single-Channel Signal Features},
  author={Michael Gunther and Andreas Brendel and Walter Kellermann},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2201.09946}
}
In multichannel signal processing with distributed sensors, choosing the optimal subset of observed sensor signals to be exploited is crucial in order to maximize algorithmic performance and reduce computational load, ideally both at the same time. In the acoustic domain, signal cross-correlation is a natural choice to quantify the usefulness of microphone signals, i. e., microphone utility, for array processing, but its estimation requires that the uncoded signals are synchronized and… 

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