Monaural speech segregation based on pitch tracking and amplitude modulation

@article{Hu2002MonauralSS,
  title={Monaural speech segregation based on pitch tracking and amplitude modulation},
  author={Guoning Hu and DeLiang Wang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks},
  year={2002},
  volume={15},
  pages={1135-1150}
}
Segregating speech from one monaural recording has proven to be very challenging. Monaural segregation of voiced speech has been studied in previous systems that incorporate auditory scene analysis principles. A major problem for these systems is their inability to deal with the high-frequency part of speech. Psychoacoustic evidence suggests that different perceptual mechanisms are involved in handling resolved and unresolved harmonics. We propose a novel system for voiced speech segregation… CONTINUE READING
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