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Acoustic Mimo Signal Processing (Signals and Communication Technology)by Yiteng Huang
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Acoustic MIMO Signal Processing Yiteng (Arden) Huang Jacob Benesty Jingdong Chen Telecommunication systems and human-machine interfaces start employing multiple microphones and loudspeakers in order to make conversations and interactions more lifelike, hence more efficient. This development gives rise to a variety of acoustic signal processing problems under multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) scenarios, encompassing distant speech acquisition, sound source localization and tracking, echo and noise control, source separation and speech dereverberation, and many others. The last decade has witnessed a growing interest in exploring these problems, but there has been little effort to develop a theory to have all these problems investigated in a unified framework. This unique book attempts to fill the gap. Acoustic MIMO Signal Processing is divided into two major parts - the theoretical and the practical. The authors begin by introducing an acoustic MIMO paradigm, establishing the fundamental of the field, and linking acoustic MIMO signal processing with the concepts of classical signal processing and communication theories in terms of system identification, equalization, and adaptive algorithms. In the second part of the book, a novel and penetrating analysis of aforementioned acoustic applications is carried out in the paradigm to reinforce the fundamental concepts of acoustic MIMO signal processing. Acoustic MIMO Signal Processing is a timely and important professional reference for researchers and practicing engineers from universities and a wide range of industries. It is also an excellent text for graduate students who are interested in this exciting field.
This book reviews acoustic MIMO scenarios for improving human-machine interaction. The book establishes an acoustic MIMO paradigm, linking MIMO signal processing with classical signal processing. Also presented is a novel analysis of acoustic applications to reinforce the fundamentals of acoustic MIMO signal processing.
Telecommunication systems and human-machine interfaces have begun using multiple microphones and loudspeakers to render interaction more lifelike, and more efficient. This raises acoustic signal processing problems under multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) scenarios, encompassing distant speech acquisition, sound source localization and tracking, echo and noise control, source separation and speech dereverberation, and many others. The book opens with an acoustic MIMO paradigm, establishing fundamentals, and linking acoustic MIMO signal processing with classical signal processing and communication theories. The second part of the book presents a novel analysis of acoustic applications carried out in the paradigm to reinforce the fundamentals of acoustic MIMO signal processing.
Table of Contents
Introduction.- Part I: Theory.- Acoustic MIMO Systems.- Wiener Filter and Basic Adaptive Algorithms.- Sparse Adaptive Filters.- Frequency-Domain Adaptive Filters.- Blind Identification of Acoustic MIMO Systems.- Separation and Suppression of Co-Channel and Temporal Interference.- Part II: Applications.- Acoustic Echo Cancellation and Audio Bridging.- Time Delay Estimation and Acoustic Source Localization.- Speech Enhancement and Noise Reduction.- Source Separation and Speech Deverberation.
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