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Music source separation is important for applications such as karaoke and remixing. Much of previous research
focuses on estimating magnitude short-time Fourier transform (STFT) and discarding phase information. We observe that,
for singing voice separation, phase has the potential to make considerable improvement in separation quality. This paper
proposes a complex-domain deep learning method for voice and accompaniment separation. The proposed method employs

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Speech separation algorithms are often used to separate the target speech from other interfering sources. However, purely neural network based speech separation systems often cause nonlinear distortion that is harmful for automatic speech recognition (ASR) systems. The conventional mask-based minimum variance distortionless response (MVDR) beamformer can be used to minimize the distortion, but comes with high level of residual noise.

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This study presents a novel solution to the problem of binaural localization of a speaker in the presence of interfering directional noise and reverberation. Using a state-of-the-art binaural localization algorithm based on a deep neural network (DNN), we propose adding a source separation stage based on non-negative matrix factorization (NMF) to improve the localization performance in conditions with interfering sources.

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This paper describes a joint blind source separation and dereverberation method that works adaptively and efficiently in a reverberant noisy environment. The modern approach to blind source separation (BSS) is to formulate a probabilistic model of multichannel mixture signals that consists of a source model representing the time-frequency structures of source spectrograms and a spatial model representing the inter-channel covariance structures of source images.

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Multi-frame algorithms for single-microphone speech enhancement, e.g., the multi-frame minimum variance distortionless response (MFMVDR) filter, are able to exploit speech correlation across adjacent time frames in the short-time Fourier transform (STFT) domain. Provided that accurate estimates of the required speech interframe correlation vector and the noise correlation matrix are available, it has been shown that the MFMVDR filter yields a substantial noise reduction while hardly introducing any speech distortion.

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Multi-frame algorithms for single-microphone speech enhancement, e.g., the multi-frame minimum variance distortionless response (MFMVDR) filter, are able to exploit speech correlation across adjacent time frames in the short-time Fourier transform (STFT) domain. Provided that accurate estimates of the required speech interframe correlation vector and the noise correlation matrix are available, it has been shown that the MFMVDR filter yields a substantial noise reduction while hardly introducing any speech distortion.

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