Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Spontaneous Speech with Microphone Arrays THÈSE

@inproceedings{LathoudSpatioTemporalAO,
  title={Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Spontaneous Speech with Microphone Arrays TH{\`E}SE},
  author={Guillaume Lathoud}
}
Accurate detection, localization and tracking of multiple moving speakers permits a wide spectrum of applications. Techniques are required that are versatile, robust to environmental variations, and not constraining for non-technical end-users. Based on distant recording of spontaneous multiparty conversations, this thesis focuses on the use of microphone arrays to address the question “Who spoke where and when?”. The speed, the versatility and the robustness of the proposed techniques are… CONTINUE READING
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