WHAMR!: Noisy and Reverberant Single-Channel Speech Separation

22 Oct 2019 Matthew Maciejewski Gordon Wichern Emmett McQuinn Jonathan Le Roux

While significant advances have been made with respect to the separation of overlapping speech signals, studies have been largely constrained to mixtures of clean, near anechoic speech, not representative of many real-world scenarios. Although the WHAM!.. (read more)

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  • SOUND
  • AUDIO AND SPEECH PROCESSING