Corpus ID: 18005818

SRMR variants for improved blind room acoustics characterization

  title={SRMR variants for improved blind room acoustics characterization},
  author={Mohammed Senoussaoui and J. F. Santos and T. Falk},
Reverberation, especially in large rooms, severely degrades speech recognition performance and speech intelligibility. Since direct measurement of room characteristics is usually not possible, blind estimation of reverberation-related metrics such as the reverberation time (RT) and the direct-to-reverberant energy ratio (DRR) can be valuable information to speech recognition and enhancement algorithms operating in enclosed environments. The objective of this work is to evaluate the performance… Expand
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