Nonlinear Postprocessing for Blind Speech Separation

@inproceedings{Kolossa2004NonlinearPF,
  title={Nonlinear Postprocessing for Blind Speech Separation},
  author={Dorothea Kolossa and Reinhold Orglmeister},
  booktitle={ICA},
  year={2004}
}
Frequency domain ICA has been used successfully to separate the utterances of interfering speakers in convolutive environments, see e.g. [6],[7]. Improved separation results can be obtained by applying a time frequency mask to the ICA outputs. After using the direction of arrival information for permutation correction, the time frequency mask is obtained with little computational effort. The proposed postprocessing is applied in conjunction with two frequency domain ICA methods and a… CONTINUE READING
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