Acoustic Signal Processing for Telecommunication / Edition 1

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Acoustic Signal Processing for Telecommunication presents digital sign al processing techniques for telecommunications acoustics that are bot h cutting-edge and practical. Each chapter presents material that has not appeared in book form before and yet is easily realizable in today 's technology. To this end, both new theory and new implementation tec hniques are presented. Topics include new adaptive filtering algorithm s, multi-channel acoustic echo cancellation, noise control, virtual so und, sound source localization for camera tracking, source separation, and microphone arrays.

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List of Figures. List of Tables. Preface. Contributing Authors. 1. An Introduction to Acoustic Echo and Noise Control; S.L. Gay, J. Benesty. Part I: Mono-Channel Acoustic Echo Cancellation. 2. The Fast Affine Projection Algorithm; S.L. Gay. 3. Subband Acoustic Echo Cancellation Using the FAP-RLS Algorithm: Fixed-Point Implementation Issues; M. Ghanassi, B. Champagne. 4. Real-Time Implementation of the Exact Block NLMS Algorithm for Acoustic Echo Control in Hands-Free Telephone Systems; B.H. Nitsch. 5. Double-Talk Detection Schemes for Acoustic Echo Cancellation; T. Gänsler, J. Benesty, S.L. Gay. Part II: Multi-Channel Acoustic Echo Cancellation. 6. Multi-Channel Sound, Acoustic Echo Cancellation, and Multi-Channel Time-Domain Adaptive Filtering; J. Benesty, T. Gänsler, P. Eneroth. 7. Multi-Channel Frequency-Domain Adaptive Filtering; J. Benesty, D.R. Morgan. 8. A Real-time Stereophonic Acoustic Subband Echo Canceler; P. Eneroth, S.L. Gay, T. Gänsler, J. Benesty. Part III: Noise Reduction Techniques with a Single Microphone. 9. Subband Noise Reduction Methods for Speech Enhancement; E.J. Diethorn. Part IV: Microphone Arrays. 10. Superdirectional Microphone Arrays; G.W. Elko. 11. Microphone Arrays for Video Camera Steering; Yiteng Huang, J. Benesty, G.W. Elko. 12. Nonlinear, Model-Based Microphone Array Speech Enhancement; M.S. Brandstein, S.M. Griebel. Part V: Virtual Sound. 13. 3D Audio and Virtual Acoustical Environment Synthesis; Jiashu Chen.14. Virtual Sound Using Loudspeakers: Robust Acoustic Crosstalk Cancellation; D.B. Ward, G.W. Elko. Part VI: Blind Source Separation. 15. An Introduction to Blind Source Separation of Speech Signals; J. Benesty. Index.

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