Statistical linear approximation for environment compensation

@article{Kim1998StatisticalLA,
  title={Statistical linear approximation for environment compensation},
  author={Nam Soo Kim},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Letters},
  year={1998},
  volume={5},
  pages={8-10}
}
  • Nam Soo Kim
  • Published 1998 in IEEE Signal Processing Letters
The statistical linear approximation (SLA) method is proposed as a novel way to approximate a nonlinear function by a linearized model. In the proposed method, an optimization criterion for approximation is defined in terms of statistical expectation. The SLA is applied to environment compensation where the speech contamination rule appears as a highly nonlinear function of the relevant variables. 
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