Accession Number : ADA135702
Title : Processing Techniques for Intelligibility Improvement to Speech with Co-Channel Interference.
Descriptive Note : Final technical rept. Jun 81-Aug 83,
Corporate Author : SIGNAL TECHNOLOGY INC GOLETA CA
Personal Author(s) : Hanson,B A ; Wong,D Y
PDF Url : ADA135702
Report Date : Sep 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 134
Abstract : Enhancing speech that has been corrupted during transmission or recording is a widely researched problem. A special case is when the interference is a second talker's voice. This report summarizes research on processing techniques that improve the intelligibility of the desired speech signal in the presence of such voice interference. Formal subjective intelligibility test procedures for evaluating enhancement algorithms for the voice interference problem are first developed. Computational objective measures based on spectral criteria are also developed to provide testing during intermediate stages of algorithm development.
Descriptors : *Signal processing, *Crosstalk, *Speech transmission, *Intelligibility, *Radiofrequency interference, Algorithms, Voice communications, Augmentation, Performance tests, Dual channel, Extraction, Noise reduction, Cancellation, Sound pitch, Suppression
Subject Categories : Voice Communications
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE