Suppression of Acoustic Noise in Speech Using Spectral Subtraction

  title={Suppression of Acoustic Noise in Speech Using Spectral Subtraction},
  author={James E. Youngberg and T. Petersen and Steven Boll and Elaine Cohen},
  • James E. Youngberg, T. Petersen, +1 author Elaine Cohen
  • Published 2013
A new technique for the modelling of perceptual systems called formal modelling is developed. This technique begins with qualitative observations about the perceptual system, the so-called perceptual symmetries, to obtain through mathematical analysis certain model structures which may then be calibrated by experiment. The analysis proceeds in two different ways depending upon the choice of linear or nonlinear models. For the linear case, the analysis proceeds through the methods of unitary… CONTINUE READING
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