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B Experimental Setups and Acoustic Environments

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In this chapter, the experimental setup and the acoustic environments are described, which are used in this work for illustrating the properties of the proposed algorithms. For our experiments, we use a linear microphone array with a variable number of sensors M∈{4 , 8 , 12, 16}. The geometry is illustrated in Fig. B.1.

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  • Speech Enhancement
  • Acoustic Environment
  • Reverberation Time
  • Room Impulse Response
  • Reverberant Environment

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Herbordt, W. B Experimental Setups and Acoustic Environments. In: Sound Capture for Human/Machine Interfaces. Lecture Notes in Control and Information Science, vol 315. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/11311942_10

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