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We propose a new meta learning based framework for low resource speech recognition that improves the previous model agnostic meta learning (MAML) approach. The MAML is a simple yet powerful meta learning approach. However, the MAML presents some core deficiencies such as training instabilities and slower convergence speed. To address these issues, we adopt multi-step loss (MSL). The MSL aims to calculate losses at every step of the inner loop of MAML and then combines them with a weighted importance vector.


We propose a convolutional neural network (CNN) aided factor graphs assisted by mutual information features estimated by a neural network for seizure detection. Specifically, we use neural mutual information estimation to evaluate the correlation between different electroencephalogram (EEG) channels as features. We then use a 1D-CNN to extract extra features from the EEG signals and use both features to estimate the probability of a seizure event. Finally, learned factor graphs are employed to capture the temporal correlation in the signal.


A sound zone control method is proposed, based on the frequency domain variable span trade-off filter (VAST). Existing VAST methods optimizes the sound field at a set of discrete points, while the proposed method uses kernel interpolation to instead optimize the sound field over a continuous region. When the loudspeaker positions are known, the performance can be improved further by applying a directional weighting to the interpolation procedure.