Single-Channel Noise Reduction in the Time Domain
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One of the most important schemes in the fundamental topic of speech enhancement is single-channel noise reduction in the time domain since most communication devices have only one microphone and the time-domain processing seems intuitive and natural. This approach has been very well studied in the literature (see  for example). In this chapter, we revisit this method from the perspective proposed in Chapter 2.
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