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Analysis-by-synthesis paradigm evolved into a new conceptPublikacja
This work aims at showing how the well-known analysis-by-synthesis paradigm has recently been evolved into a new concept. However, in contrast to the original idea stating that the created sound should not fail to pass the foolproof synthesis test, the recent development is a consequence of the need to create new data. Deep learning models are greedy algorithms requiring a vast amount of data that, in addition, should be correctly...
Broadening the scope of measurement and analysis of vibrations of an organ pipe employing intensity probe, simulations, and highspeed cameraPublikacja
This paper shows an integrated approach to measure, analyze, and model phenomena occurring in an organ pipe driven by pressurized air. The aim of this paper is two-fold, i.e., to measure the pressure signal and the intensity field around the mouth by means of an intensity probe and to visualize and observe the motion of the air jet, which represents the excitation mechanism of the system. This is realized through two techniques,...
Noise profiling for speech enhancement employing machine learning modelsPublikacja
This paper aims to propose a noise profiling method that can be performed in near real-time based on machine learning (ML). To address challenges related to noise profiling effectively, we start with a critical review of the literature background. Then, we outline the experiment performed consisting of two parts. The first part concerns the noise recognition model built upon several baseline classifiers and noise signal features...
Evaluation of aspiration problems in L2 English pronunciation employing machine learningPublikacja
The approach proposed in this study includes methods specifically dedicated to the detection of allophonic variation in English. This study aims to find an efficient method for automatic evaluation of aspiration in the case of Polish second-language (L2) English speakers’ pronunciation when whole words are analyzed instead of particular allophones extracted from words. Sample words including aspirated and unaspirated allophones...
Highlighting interlanguage phoneme differences based on similarity matrices and convolutional neural networkPublikacja
The goal of this research is to find a way of highlighting the acoustic differences between consonant phonemes of the Polish and Lithuanian languages. For this purpose, similarity matrices are employed based on speech acoustic parameters combined with a convolutional neural network (CNN). In the first experiment, we compare the effectiveness of the similarity matrices applied to discerning acoustic differences between consonant...
How Machine Learning Contributes to Solve Acoustical ProblemsPublikacja
Machine learning is the process of learning functional relationships between measured signals (called percepts in the artificial intelligence literature) and some output of interest. In some cases, we wish to learn very specific relationships from signals such as identifying the language of a speaker (e.g. Zissman, 1996) which has direct applications such as in call center routing or performing a music information retrieval task...
Introduction to the special issue on machine learning in acousticsPublikacja
When we started our Call for Papers for a Special Issue on “Machine Learning in Acoustics” in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, our ambition was to invite papers in which machine learning was applied to all acoustics areas. They were listed, but not limited to, as follows: • Music and synthesis analysis • Music sentiment analysis • Music perception • Intelligent music recognition • Musical source separation • Singing...
Selective monitoring of noise emitted by vehicles involved in road trafficPublikacja
An acoustic intensity probe was developed measures the sound intensity in three orthogonal directions, making possible to calculate the azimuth and elevation angles, describing the sound source position. The acoustic sensor is made in the form of a cube with a side of 10 mm, on the inner surfaces of which the digital MEMS microphones are mounted. The algorithm works in two stages. The first stage is based on the analysis of sound...
Comparing traffic intensity estimates employing passive acoustic radar and microwave Doppler radar sensorPublikacja
The purpose of our applied research project is to develop an autonomous road sign with built-in radar devices of our design. In this paper, we show that it is possible to calibrate the acoustic vector sensor so that it can be used to measure traffic volume and count the vehicles involved in the traffic through the analysis of the noise emitted by them. Signals obtained from a Doppler radar are used as a reference source. Although...
Application of autoencoder to traffic noise analysisPublikacja
The aim of an autoencoder neural network is to transform the input data into a lower-dimensional code and then to reconstruct the output from this code representation. Applications of autoencoders to classifying sound events in the road traffic have not been found in the literature. The presented research aims to determine whether such an unsupervised learning method may be used for deploying classification algorithms applied to...
Deep learning model for automated assessment of lexical stress of non-native english speakersPublikacja
Diagnosing wind turbine condition employing a neural network to the analysis of vibroacoustic signalsPublikacja
It is important from the economic point of view to detect damage early in the wind turbines before failures occur. For this purpose, a monitoring device was built that analyzes both acoustic signals acquired from the built-in non-contact acoustic intensity probe, as well as from the accelerometers, mounted on the internal devices in the nacelle. The signals collected in this way are used for long-term training of the autoencoder...
Discovering Rule-Based Learning Systems for the Purpose of Music AnalysisPublikacja
Music analysis and processing aims at understanding information retrieved from music (Music Information Retrieval). For the purpose of music data mining, machine learning (ML) methods or statistical approach are employed. Their primary task is recognition of musical instrument sounds, music genre or emotion contained in music, identification of audio, assessment of audio content, etc. In terms of computational approach, music databases...
Music information retrieval—The impact of technology, crowdsourcing, big data, and the cloud in art.Publikacja
The exponential growth of computer processing power, cloud data storage, and crowdsourcing model of gathering data bring new possibilities to music information retrieval (mir) field. Mir is no longer music content retrieval only; the area also comprises the discovery of expressing feelings and emotions contained in music, incorporating other than hearing modalities for helping this issue, users’ profiling, merging music with social...
A method for testing the wide-sense stationary uncorrelated scattering assumption fulfillment for an underwater acoustic channelPublikacja
Wide-sense stationary and uncorrelated scattering (WSSUS) assumptions are often applied for the statistical description of wireless communication channels. However, in the case of underwater acoustic channels the WSSUS model is of limited value. The degree of similarity of in-phase and quadrature components of the channel impulse response, measured with the use of bandpass modulated signals, can be used as an indicator of WSSUS...
Bimodal classification of English allophones employing acoustic speech signal and facial motion capturePublikacja
A method for automatic transcription of English speech into International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) system is developed and studied. The principal objective of the study is to evaluate to what extent the visual data related to lip reading can enhance recognition accuracy of the transcription of English consonantal and vocalic allophones. To this end, motion capture markers were placed on the faces of seven speakers to obtain lip...
Counting and tracking vehicles using acoustic vector sensorsPublikacja
A method is presented for counting vehicles and for determining their movement direction by means of acoustic vector sensor application. The assumptions of the method employing spatial distribution of sound intensity determined with the help of an integrated 3D intensity probe are discussed. The intensity probe developed by the authors was used for the experiments. The mode of operation of the algorithm is presented in conjunction...
Eulerian motion magnification applied to structural health monitoring of wind turbinesPublikacja
Several types of defects may occur in wind turbines, as physical damage of blades or gearbox malfunction. A wind farm monitoring and damage prediction system is built to observe abnormal vibrations of elements of wind turbine: blades, nacelle, and tower. Contactless methods are developed which do not require turbine stopping. In this work, structural health monitoring of a wind turbine is evaluated using a conversion from the captured...
Improving the quality of speech in the conditions of noise and interferencePublikacja
The aim of the work is to present a method of intelligent modification of the speech signal with speech features expressed in noise, based on the Lombard effect. The recordings utilized sets of words and sentences as well as disturbing signals, i.e., pink noise and the so-called babble speech. Noise signal, calibrated to various levels at the speaker's ears, was played over two loudspeakers located 2 m away from the speaker. In...
Sound quality metrics applied to road noise evaluationPublikacja
Road noise monitoring systems typically measure sound levels in specific time periods. The more insightful approach suggests to measure also the nature of noise. Sound quality of sounds such as car noise can be objectively evaluated by several parameters. One of them is psychoacoustic annoyance, described by loudness, tone color, and the temporal structure of sound. In this paper the assessment of several sound quality parameters, such...
The influence of time of hearing aid use on auditory perception in various acoustic situationsPublikacja
The assessment of sound perception in hearing aids, especially in the context of benefits that a prosthesis can bring, is a complex issue. The objective parameters of the hearing aids can easily be determined. These parameters, however, do not always have a direct and decisive influence on the subjective assessment of quality of the patient’s hearing while using a hearing aid. The paper presents the development of a method for...
Visual perception of vowels from static and dynamic cuesPublikacja
The purpose of the study was to analyse human identification of Polish vowels from static and dynamic durationally slowed visual cues. A total of 152 participants identified 6 Polish vowels produced by 4 speakers from static (still images) and dynamic (videos) cues. The results show that 59% of static vowels and 63% of dynamic vowels were successfully identified. There was a strong confusion between vowels within front, central,...
Analysis of allophones based on audio signal recordings and parameterizationPublikacja
The aim of this study is to develop an allophonic description of English plosive consonants based on recordings of 600 specially selected words. Allophonic variations addressed in the study may have two sources: positional and contextual. The former one depends on the syllabic or prosodic position in which a particular phoneme occurs. Contextual allophony is conditioned by the local phonetic environment. Co-articulation overlapping...
Assessment of hearing in coma patients employing auditory brainstem response, electroencephalography, and eye-gaze-trackingPublikacja
The results of the study conducted by Tagliaferri et al. in 12 European countries indicate that the ratio of registered brain injury cases in Europe amounts to 150-300 per 100 000 people, with the European mean value of 235 cases per 100 000 people. The project presented in the paper assumes development of a combined metric of patients’ state remaining in coma by intelligent fusion of GCS (subjective Glasgow Coma Scale or its derivatives)...
Classifying type of vehicles on the basis of data extracted from audio signal characteristicsPublikacja
The aim of this study is to find and optimize a feature vector for an automatic recognition of the type of vehicles, extracted form an audio signal. First, the influence of weather-based conditions of road surface on spectral characteristic of the audio signal recorded from a passing vehicle in close proximity to the road is discussed. Next, parameterization of the recorded audio signal is performed. For that purpose, the MIRtoolbox,...
Methodology and technology for the polymodal allophonic speech transcriptionPublikacja
A method for automatic audiovisual transcription of speech employing: acoustic, electromagnetical articulography and visual speech representations is developed. It adopts a combining of audio and visual modalities, which provide a synergy effect in terms of speech recognition accuracy. To establish a robust solution, basic research concerning the relation between the allophonic variation of speech, i.e., the changes in the articulatory...
Methodology and technology for the polymodal allophonic speech transcriptionPublikacja
A method for automatic audiovisual transcription of speech employing: acoustic and visual speech representations is developed. It adopts a combining of audio and visual modalities, which provide a synergy effect in terms of speech recognition accuracy. To establish a robust solution, basic research concerning the relation between the allophonic variation of speech, i.e. the changes in the articulatory setting of speech organs for...
The study of acoustic climate of the Southern BalticPublikacja
This paper presents the statistical characteristics of seawater properties, which are necessary for predicting the propagation of acoustic waves in selected areas of the Baltic Sea. The statistics were elaborated based on long-term measurements of vertical distributions of sound speed, temperature, and salinity, and the nonlinearity parameter B/A. Nonlinear properties of the environment are considered, in connection...
Online sound restoration system for digital library applications.Publikacja
Audio signal processing algorithms were introduced to the new online non-commercial service for audio restoration intended to enhance the content of digitized audio repositories. Missing or distorted audio samples are predicted using neural networks and a specific implementation of the Jannsen interpolation method based on the autoregressive model (AR) combined with the iterative restoring of missing signal samples. Since the distortion...
Testing a Variety of Features for Music Mood Recognition. Testowanie zestawu parametrów w celu rozpoznawania nastroju w muzycePublikacja
Music collections are organized in a very different way depending on a target, number of songs or a distribution method, etc. One of the high-level feature, which can be useful and intuitive for listeners, is “mood”. Even if it seems to be the easiest way to describe music for people who are non-experts, it is very difficult to find the exact correlation between physical features and perceived impressions. The paper presents experiments...
The importance of the bottom layer in double-layer porous asphalt for noise reductionPublikacja
Double-layer porous asphalt concrete (DPAC) surfaces are generally considered to be the acoustically most effective low noise road surfaces ready for implementation. While DPAC used on highways in warm climates may have an average life of around 8 years, in Scandinavia with severe winter climate DPAC usually survive only about 3 years; partly due to wear of studded tyres. An ongoing project in Sweden, applying DPAC and single-layer...
Comparing some convolution-based methods for creation of surround soundPublikacja
W referacie przedstawiono eksperymenty związane z symulacją dźwięku dookólnego w sali koncertowej. W tym celu wykorzystano splot odpowiedzi impulsowej z danego wnętrza (wielokanałowe nagrania odpowiedzi impulsowej) z nagraniami z komory bezechowej. Uzyskany w ten sposób sygnał został następnie przypisany do odpowiednich kanałów w systemie dookólnym. Uzyskane w ten sposób nagrania były następnie porównywane w testach subiektywnych...
Recent developments in automatic classification of musical instrumentsPublikacja
W referacie dokonano przeglądu aktualnego stanu badań w dziedzinie automatycznego rozpoznawania muzyki. Przedstawiono też eksperymenty prowadzone aktualnie w Katedrze Dźwięku i Obrazu PG. Prace te dotyczyły rozpoznawania klas instrumentów muzycznych i separacji duetów muzycznych. Pokazano przykładowe wyniki i przedstawiono projekt prac do zrealizowania w przyszłych eksperymentach.
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