The GRASP sound separation system

@inproceedings{Weintraub1984TheGS,
  title={The GRASP sound separation system},
  author={M. Weintraub},
  booktitle={ICASSP},
  year={1984}
}
Any speech recognition system designed to function in environments with other sounds present must deal with extraneous sounds. A hierarchical separation and recognition system is proposed as a computational model of how the auditory system processes sounds. The GRASP system (for Grouping Research on Auditory Sound Processing) is a part of that overall framework for sound separation. GRASP is a computational model of the data-driven aspects of auditory separation. It uses the physical cues… Expand
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