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Head-Related Transfer Function (HRTF) individualization is critical for immersive and realistic spatial audio rendering in augmented/virtual reality. Neither measurements nor simulations using 3D scans of head/ear are scalable for practical applications. More efficient machine learning approaches are being explored recently, to predict HRTFs from ear images or anthropometric features. However, it is not yet clear whether such models can provide an alternative for direct measurements or high-fidelity simulations. Here, we aim to address this question.


We present CCACUSUM, a classifier for steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP)-based brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) that determines whether a user is attending to a flickering stimulus or is at rest. Correct classification of these two states establishes cause and effect between the BCI and its user, which is essential for helping individuals with complex communication disorders (CCDs) communicate.


Modern wake word detection systems usually rely on neural networks for acoustic modeling. Transformers has recently shown superior performance over LSTM and convolutional networks in various sequence modeling tasks with their better temporal modeling power. However it is not clear whether this advantage still holds for short-range temporal modeling like wake word detection. Besides, the vanilla Transformer is not directly applicable to the task due to its non-streaming nature and the quadratic time and space complexity.