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TH3.I: Acoustic Sensor Array Signal Processing II

Session Type: Lecture
Time: Thursday, 7 May, 16:30 - 18:30
Location: On-Demand
Session Chair: Antoine Deleforge, INRIA
 
   TH3.I.1: ROBUST AND STEERABLE KRONECKER PRODUCT DIFFERENTIAL BEAMFORMING WITH RECTANGULAR MICROPHONE ARRAYS
         Gongping Huang; Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
         Jacob Benesty; University of Quebec
         Jingdong Chen; Northwestern Polytechnical University
         Israel Cohen; Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
 
   TH3.I.2: JOINTLY OPTIMAL DEREVERBERATION AND BEAMFORMING
         Christoph Boeddeker; Paderborn University
         Tomohiro Nakatani; NTT Corporation
         Keisuke Kinoshita; NTT Corporation
         Reinhold Haeb-Umbach; Paderborn University
 
   TH3.I.3: EXPLOITING RAYS IN BLIND LOCALIZATION OF DISTRIBUTED SENSOR ARRAYS
         Szymon Wo┼║niak; AGH University of Science and Technology
         Konrad Kowalczyk; AGH University of Science and Technology
 
   TH3.I.4: A NOVEL METHOD FOR OBTAINING DIFFUSE FIELD MEASUREMENTS FOR MICROPHONE CALIBRATION
         Noman Akbar; Australian National University
         Glenn Dickins; Australian National University
         Mark R. P. Thomas; Dolby Laboratories USA
         Prasanga N. Samarasinghe; Australian National University
         Thushara D. Abhayapala; Australian National University
 
   TH3.I.5: MULTI-CHANNEL SPEECH SOURCE SEPARATION AND DEREVERBERATION WITH SEQUENTIAL INTEGRATION OF DETERMINED AND UNDERDETERMINED MODELS
         Masahito Togami; LINE Corporation
 
   TH3.I.6: FAST AND STABLE BLIND SOURCE SEPARATION WITH RANK-1 UPDATES
         Robin Scheibler; Tokyo Metropolitan University
         Nobutaka Ono; Tokyo Metropolitan University