dr inż. Krzysztof Cisowski
- Adiunkt w Katedra Systemów Automatyki
Elimination of Impulsive Disturbances From Stereo Audio Recordings Using Vector Autoregressive Modeling and Variable-order Kalman Filtering
This paper presents a new approach to elimination of impulsive disturbances from stereo audio recordings. The proposed solution is based on vector autoregressive modeling of audio signals. Online tracking of signal model parameters is performed using the exponential ly weighted least squares algo- rithm. Detection of noise pulses an d model-based interpolation of the irrevocably distorted sampl es is realized using an adaptive, variable-order...
Application of TMS320c67xx signal processors for SONIC-self-optimizing narrowband interference canceler
The paper presents a laboratory system for testing active control algorithms of acoustics noise in ducts. An applied algorithm - self-optimizing narrowband interference canceller (SONIC), allows one to remove narrowband disturbances of constant or slowly time-varying frequencies. Example experimental results of using the laboratory system for supression of sinusoidal disturbance are described. An electronic part of the system was...
The paper addresses the problem of impulsive noise detection for audio signals. A structure of threshold parameter detectors using modelingof signals was introduced. the algorithm of the noise detection, based on discrete-time hidden Markow model (HMM)of whitened audio signal is elaborated
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