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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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We have been exploring the integration of sparse recovery methods into the ray space transform over the past years and now demonstrate the potential and benefits of beamforming and upscaling signals in the integrated ray space and sparse recovery domain. A primary advantage of the ray space approach derives from its robust ability to integrate information from multiple arrays and viewpoints. Nonetheless, for a given viewpoint, the ray space technique requires a dense array that can be divided into sub-arrays enabling the plenacoustic approach to signal processing.

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Nonnegative Matrix Factorization (NMF) is a powerful tool for decomposing mixtures of audio signals in the Time-Frequency (TF) domain. In the source separation framework, the phase recovery for each extracted component is necessary for synthesizing time-domain signals. The Complex NMF (CNMF) model aims to jointly estimate the spectrogram and the phase of the sources, but requires to constrain the phase in order to produce satisfactory sounding results.

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