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Speech Separation for Recognition and Enhancement

Daniel P. W. Ellis

Title:
Speech Separation for Recognition and Enhancement
Author(s):
Ellis, Daniel P. W.
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Presentations
Department:
Electrical Engineering
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Notes:
Presented at DARPA Language Technologies Day, Tampa Fla., October 27, 2011.
Abstract:
A pitch for the significance of complex acoustic scenes ("Speech in the Wild"), and the importance of thinking about ways for separating and organizing them. Includes very brief reviews of separation by spatial cues, pitch, and source models.
Subject(s):
Artificial intelligence
Electrical engineering
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Suggested Citation:
Daniel P. W. Ellis, 2011, Speech Separation for Recognition and Enhancement, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:13986.

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