Speech reinforcement with a globally optimized perceptual distortion measure for noisy reverberant channels

@article{Crespo2014SpeechRW,
  title={Speech reinforcement with a globally optimized perceptual distortion measure for noisy reverberant channels},
  author={Joao B. Crespo and Richard Christian Hendriks},
  journal={2014 14th International Workshop on Acoustic Signal Enhancement (IWAENC)},
  year={2014},
  pages={89-93}
}
In this paper, a time-frequency weighting is proposed for speech reinforcement (near-end listening enhancement) in a noisy and reverberant environment, which optimizes a perceptual distortion measure globally for a number of time-frequency bins. Simulations confirm the optimality of the algorithm and a comparison is made to three reference methods using two additional instrumental measures. 

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