Publication detail

Non-linear methods of speech enhancement

SMÉKAL, Z.

Original Title

Non-linear methods of speech enhancement

English Title

Non-linear methods of speech enhancement

Type

report

Language

en

Original Abstract

Separation techniques today form an integral part of any communication facility capable of operating in noisy environment. In most cases simple algorithms are used, which are not computer-intensive and have many partial drawbacks and low effectiveness of the separation itself. Every year, great amounts of money are invested into the development of modern and more efficient systems worldwide. Only such algorithm can win in heavy competition that can suppress the most common noise in man’s environment with minimum computation demands and minimum variable parameters.

English abstract

Separation techniques today form an integral part of any communication facility capable of operating in noisy environment. In most cases simple algorithms are used, which are not computer-intensive and have many partial drawbacks and low effectiveness of the separation itself. Every year, great amounts of money are invested into the development of modern and more efficient systems worldwide. Only such algorithm can win in heavy competition that can suppress the most common noise in man’s environment with minimum computation demands and minimum variable parameters.

Released

30.12.2003

Publisher

Czech Republic

Location

Czech Republic

Pages from

1

Pages to

93

Pages count

93

BibTex


@techreport{BUT57035,
  author="Zdeněk {Smékal}",
  title="Non-linear methods of speech enhancement",
  annote="Separation techniques today form an integral part of any communication facility capable of operating in noisy environment. In most cases simple algorithms are used, which are not computer-intensive and have many partial drawbacks and low effectiveness of the separation itself. Every year, great amounts of money are invested into the development of modern and more efficient systems worldwide. Only such algorithm can win in heavy competition that can suppress the most common noise in man’s environment with minimum computation demands and minimum variable parameters.",
  address="Czech Republic",
  chapter="57035",
  edition="COST",
  institution="Czech Republic",
  year="2003",
  month="december",
  pages="1",
  publisher="Czech Republic",
  type="report"
}