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Adaptive Segmentation and Separation of Determined Convolutive Mixtures under Dynamic Conditions

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Adaptive Segmentation and Separation of Determined Convolutive Mixtures under Dynamic Conditions
Abstract. In this paper, we propose a method for blind source separation (BSS) of convolutive audio recordings with short blocks of stationary sources, i.e. dynamically changing source activity but no source movements.It consists of a time-frequency sparseness based localization step to identify segments with stationary sources whose number is equal to the number of microphones. We then use a frequency domain independent component analysis (ICA) algorithm that is robust to short data segments to separate each identified segment. In each segment we solve the permutation problem using the state coherence transform (SCT). Experimental results using real room impulse responses show a good separation performance. Key words: blind source separation, dynamic mixing conditions
Benedikt Loesch, Bin Yang
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where ICA
Authors Benedikt Loesch, Bin Yang
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