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Non-linear adaptive speech enhancement inspired by early auditory processing

Hussain, Amir and Durrani, Tariq S. and Alkulaibi, Ali and Mtetwa, Nhamo (2005) Non-linear adaptive speech enhancement inspired by early auditory processing. In: Advances in Nonlinear Speech Processing and Applications. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3445 . Springer, pp. 291-316. ISBN 978-3-540-27441-4

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Abstract

This paper presents nonlinear adaptive speech enhancement schemes inspired by features of early auditory processing. A generic multi-microphone sub-band adaptive (MMSBA) framework is described which allows for the manipulation of several factors that may influence the intelligibility and perceived quality of the processed speech.