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Introduction to acoustic signal processing
Goerge L. Sackman
Acoustic Signal processing is a short course in electrical signal processing fundamentals and their applications in the field of underwater acoustics. It contains an introduction to Fourier transforms and their properties, sampling and quantization, filters and bandwidth requirements, random signals and noise, and an introduction to four types of processing equipment; the DELTIC, energy detectors, correlation detectors, and beamformers. Course objectives are given in terms of specific questions which a person completing the course should be able to answer. The course is designed to be presented to the personnel involved with the development, operation and employment of acoustic sensors to provide them with a better understanding of the operations accomplished by their equipment and to develop in them a better appreciation of the problems and limitations associated with signal detection in the underwater environment.
|Statement||by George L. Sackman, William O. Davis, [and] Paul H. Donaldson|
|Contributions||Davis, William O., Donaldson, Paul H., Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
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List of Tables. Preface. Contributing Authors. An Introduction to Acoustic Echo and Noise Control S.L. Gay, J. 2. Wiener Filtering 3. Speech Enhancement by Short-Time Spectral Modification 3. 1 Short-Time Fourier Analysis and Synthesis 3.
2 Short-Time Wiener Filter 3. 3 Power Subtraction 3. 4 Magnitude Subtraction 3. 5 Parametric Wiener Filtering 3. 6 Review and Discussion Averaging Techniques for Envelope Estimation 4. 4. 1 Moving Average 4. 2 Single-Pole. 2. Wiener Filtering 3. Speech Enhancement by Short-Time Spectral Modification 3.
1 Short-Time Fourier Analysis and Synthesis 3. 2 Short-Time Wiener Filter 3. 3 Power Subtraction 3. 4 Magnitude Subtraction 3. 5 Parametric Wiener Filtering 3. 6 Review and Discussion Averaging Techniques for Envelope Estimation 4. 4. 1 Moving Average 4. 2 1/5(1).The book contains 15 chapters, organized in six parts.
The first chapter is a basic introduction, whose contents are related to Parts 1 and 2. It introduces the acoustic echo problem and basic adaptive filtering–based solutions for it.
Part 1 is concerned with single-channel acoustic echo cancellation (AEC).