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Investigation of a polynomial matrix generalised EVD for multi-channel Wiener filtering

Corr, Jamie and Pestana, Jennifer and Weiss, Stephan and Redif, Soydan and Moonen, Marc (2016) Investigation of a polynomial matrix generalised EVD for multi-channel Wiener filtering. In: 50th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers. IEEE. (In Press)

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Abstract

State of the art narrowband noise cancellation techniques utilise the generalised eigenvalue decomposition (GEVD) for multichannel Wiener filtering which can be applied to independent frequency bins in order to achieve broadband processing. Here we investigate the extension of the GEVD to broadband, polynomial matrices, akin to strategies that have already been developed by McWhirter et. al on the polynomial matrix eigenvalue decomposition (PEVD).