Microphone array signal processing for robot audition

@article{Lllmann2017MicrophoneAS,
  title={Microphone array signal processing for robot audition},
  author={Heinrich W. L{\"o}llmann and Alastair H. Moore and Patrick A. Naylor and Boaz Rafaely and Radu Horaud and Alexandre Mazel and Walter Kellermann},
  journal={2017 Hands-free Speech Communications and Microphone Arrays (HSCMA)},
  year={2017},
  pages={51-55}
}
Robot audition for humanoid robots interacting naturally with humans in an unconstrained real-world environment is a hitherto unsolved challenge. The recorded microphone signals are usually distorted by background and interfering noise sources (speakers) as well as room reverberation. In addition, the movements of a robot and its actuators cause ego-noise which degrades the recorded signals significantly. The movement of the robot body and its head also complicates the detection and tracking of… CONTINUE READING
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