Spatial efficiency of blind source separation based on decorrelation - subjective and objective assessment

@article{Kocinski2011SpatialEO,
  title={Spatial efficiency of blind source separation based on decorrelation - subjective and objective assessment},
  author={Jedrzej Kocinski and Pawel Libiszewski and Aleksander Sek},
  journal={Speech Communication},
  year={2011},
  volume={53},
  pages={390-402}
}
Blind source separation (BSS) method is one of the newest multisensorial methods that exploits statistical properties of simultaneously recorded independent signals to separate them out. The objective of this method is similar to that of beamforming, namely a set of spatial filters that separate source signals are calculated. Thus, it seems to be reasonable to investigate the spatial efficiency of BSS that is reported in this study. A dummy head with two microphones was used to record two… CONTINUE READING

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