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Reduction of Non-stationary Noise for a Robotic Living Assistant using Sparse Non-negative Matrix Factorization

@inproceedings{Cauchi2012ReductionON,
  title={Reduction of Non-stationary Noise for a Robotic Living Assistant using Sparse Non-negative Matrix Factorization},
  author={Benjamin Cauchi and Stefan Goetze and Simon Doclo},
  booktitle={SMIAE@ACL},
  year={2012}
}
  • Benjamin Cauchi, Stefan Goetze, Simon Doclo
  • Published in SMIAE@ACL 2012
  • Computer Science
  • Due to the demographic changes, support by means of assistive systems will become inevitable for home care and in nursing homes. Robot systems are promising solutions but their value has to be acknowledged by the patients and the care personnel. Natural and intuitive human-machine interfaces are an essential feature to achieve acceptance of the users. Therefore, automatic speech recognition (ASR) is a promising modality for such assistive devices. However, noises produced during movement of… CONTINUE READING

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