Realtime Model-based Single-Channel Speech Separation
- Master Thesis
- Announcement date
- 06 Mar 2013
- Research Areas
While many advances have been made in single-channel speech separation problem [1-5], the current state-of-the-art methods lag far behind to be real-time implemented. Current model-driven methods are highly computationally complex and still lag far behind in being implemented in real-time.
- Balance a trade-off between the separation accuracy and speed of current method
- Preparing a realtime demonstration for single-channel source separation
The candidate should be interested in speech signal processing, Matlab and C programming.
 P. Mowlaee, “New strategies for single-channel speech separation”, PhD thesis, Department of Electronic systems Aalborg University, 2010.
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 Stark, M., M. Wohlmayr, and F. Pernkopf, “Source-Filter based Single Channel Speech Separation using Pitch Information”, IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, vol. 19, issue 2, pp. 242 - 255, Feb., 2011
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