Speech Enhancement: Theory and Practice
The first book to provide comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of all major speech enhancement algorithms proposed in the last two decades, Speech Enhancement: Theory and Practice is a valuable resource for experts and newcomers in the field. The book covers traditional speech enhancement algorithms, such as spectral subtraction and Wiener filtering algorithms as well as state-of-the-art algorithms including minimum mean-squared error algorithms that incorporate signal-presence uncertainty and subspace algorithms that incorporate psychoacoustic models. The coverage includes objective and subjective measures used to evaluate speech quality and intelligibility.
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Noise Compensation by Human Listeners
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