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Simon Doclo
Simon Doclo
Professor, University of Oldenburg, Germany
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New insights into the noise reduction Wiener filter
J Chen, J Benesty, Y Huang, S Doclo
IEEE Transactions on audio, speech, and language processing 14 (4), 1218-1234, 2006
8192006
GSVD-based optimal filtering for single and multimicrophone speech enhancement
S Doclo, M Moonen
IEEE Transactions on signal processing 50 (9), 2230-2244, 2002
5082002
Multichannel signal enhancement algorithms for assisted listening devices: Exploiting spatial diversity using multiple microphones
S Doclo, W Kellermann, S Makino, SE Nordholm
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine 32 (2), 18-30, 2015
2242015
Acoustic beamforming for hearing aid applications
S Doclo, S Gannot, M Moonen, A Spriet
Handbook on array processing and sensor networks, 269-302, 2010
2192010
Design of broadband beamformers robust against gain and phase errors in the microphone array characteristics
S Doclo, M Moonen
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing 51 (10), 2511-2526, 2003
2122003
Frequency-domain criterion for the speech distortion weighted multichannel Wiener filter for robust noise reduction
S Doclo, A Spriet, J Wouters, M Moonen
Speech Communication 49 (7-8), 636-656, 2007
1962007
Superdirective beamforming robust against microphone mismatch
S Doclo, M Moonen
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 15 (2), 617-631, 2007
1832007
Speech enhancement with multichannel Wiener filter techniques in multimicrophone binaural hearing aids
T Van den Bogaert, S Doclo, J Wouters, M Moonen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (1), 360-371, 2009
1652009
Theoretical analysis of binaural multimicrophone noise reduction techniques
B Cornelis, S Doclo, T Van dan Bogaert, M Moonen, J Wouters
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 18 (2), 342-355, 2009
1532009
Reduced-bandwidth and distributed MWF-based noise reduction algorithms for binaural hearing aids
S Doclo, M Moonen, T Van den Bogaert, J Wouters
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 17 (1), 38-51, 2009
1372009
Design of far-field and near-field broadband beamformers using eigenfilters
S Doclo, M Moonen
Signal Processing 83 (12), 2641-2673, 2003
1272003
Robust adaptive time delay estimation for speaker localization in noisy and reverberant acoustic environments
S Doclo, M Moonen
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2003, 1-15, 2003
1262003
Multi-channel linear prediction-based speech dereverberation with sparse priors
A Jukić, T van Waterschoot, T Gerkmann, S Doclo
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 23 (9), 1509 …, 2015
1242015
Study of the Wiener filter for noise reduction
J Benesty, S Makino, J Chen, J Benesty, J Chen, Y Huang, S Doclo
Speech enhancement, 9-41, 2005
992005
The binaural LCMV beamformer and its performance analysis
E Hadad, S Doclo, S Gannot
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 24 (3), 543-558, 2016
962016
The effect of multimicrophone noise reduction systems on sound source localization by users of binaural hearing aids
T Van den Bogaert, S Doclo, J Wouters, M Moonen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 124 (1), 484-497, 2008
962008
Combination of MVDR beamforming and single-channel spectral processing for enhancing noisy and reverberant speech
B Cauchi, I Kodrasi, R Rehr, S Gerlach, A Jukić, T Gerkmann, S Doclo, ...
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2015 (1), 1-12, 2015
922015
Speech distortion weighted multichannel Wiener filtering techniques for noise reduction
J Benesty, S Makino, J Chen, S Doclo, A Spriet, J Wouters, M Moonen
Speech enhancement, 199-228, 2005
872005
Feedback control in hearing aids
A Spriet, S Doclo, M Moonen, J Wouters
Springer Handbook of Speech Processing, 979-1000, 2008
862008
Multi-microphone noise reduction and dereverberation techniques for speech applications.
SE Doclo
832005
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