46 results found
Moore AH, Evers C, Naylor PA, et al., 2015, DIRECTION OF ARRIVAL ESTIMATION USING PSEUDO-INTENSITY VECTORS WITH DIRECT-PATH DOMINANCE TEST, 23rd European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), Publisher: IEEE, Pages: 2296-2300, ISSN: 2076-1465
Eaton J, Moore AH, Naylor PA, et al., 2015, DIRECT-TO-REVERBERANT RATIO ESTIMATION USING A NULL-STEERED BEAMFORMER, 40th IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Publisher: IEEE, Pages: 46-50, ISSN: 1520-6149
Eaton J, Gaubitch ND, Moore AH, et al., 2015, THE ACE CHALLENGE - CORPUS DESCRIPTION AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION, IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), Publisher: IEEE, ISSN: 1931-1168
Moore AH, Evers C, Naylor PA, 2015, Multichannel Equalisation for High-order Spherical Microphone Arrays using Beamformed Channels, IEEE International Conference on Digital Signal Processing (DSP), Publisher: IEEE, Pages: 1211-1215
Hafezi S, Moore AH, Naylor PA, 2015, MODELING SOURCE DIRECTIVITY IN ROOM IMPULSE RESPONSE SIMULATION FOR SPHERICAL MICROPHONE ARRAYS, 23rd European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), Publisher: IEEE, Pages: 574-578, ISSN: 2076-1465
Evers C, Moore AH, Naylor PA, et al., 2015, Bearing-only Acoustic Tracking of Moving Speakers for Robot Audition, IEEE International Conference on Digital Signal Processing (DSP), Publisher: IEEE, Pages: 1206-1210
Moore AH, Naylor PA, Skoglund J, 2014, AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF LARYNX-SYNCHRONOUS AVERAGING ON DEREVERBERATION OF VOICED SPEECH, 22nd European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), Publisher: IEEE, Pages: 924-928, ISSN: 2076-1465
Evers C, Moore AH, Naylor PA, 2014, MULTIPLE SOURCE LOCALISATION IN THE SPHERICAL HARMONIC DOMAIN, 14th International Workshop on Acoustic Signal Enhancement (IWAENC), Publisher: IEEE, Pages: 258-262
Moore AH, Brookes M, Naylor PA, 2013, ROOMPRINTS FOR FORENSIC AUDIO APPLICATIONS, 14th IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to AudNew Paltzio and Acoustics (WASPAA), Publisher: IEEE, ISSN: 1931-1168
Moore AH, Brookes M, Naylor PA, 2013, ROOM GEOMETRY ESTIMATION FROM A SINGLE CHANNEL ACOUSTIC IMPULSE RESPONSE, 21st European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), Publisher: IEEE
Moore AH, Tew AI, Nicol R, 2010, An Initial Validation of Individualized Crosstalk Cancellation Filters for Binaural Perceptual Experiments, Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, Vol: 58, Pages: 36-45
Delivering binaural stimuli with loudspeakers through crosstalk filters avoids the intrinsic artifacts of using headphones in localization experiments. However, one must first demonstrate that such a system is equivalent to that of a real soundfield. This study demonstrates that listeners did not perceive any meaningful difference between a real sound source at 0 degrees and a virtual rendering using crosstalk cancellation from a pair of loudspeakers at ±90 degrees. Three different stimuli were used: single bursts of wideband noise, click trains, and repeated harmonic pulses. Listeners could not discriminate between the two cases using a forced-choice paradigm.
Moore AH, Tew AI, Nicol R, 2008, An initial validation of individualised crosstalk cancellation filters for binaural perceptual experiments, 125th Convention of the Audio Engineering Society
Beeson M, Moore AH, Murphy D, et al., 2008, RenderAIR — Room acoustics simulation using a hybrid digital waveguide mesh approach, 124th Convention of the Audio Engineering Society
Moore AH, Tew AI, Nicol R, 2007, Headphone transparification: A novel method for investigating the externalisation of binaural sounds, 123rd Convention of the Audio Engineering Society
Moore AH, Multiple source direction of arrival estimation using subspace pseudointensity vectors
The recently proposed subspace pseudointensity method for direction ofarrival estimation is applied in the context of Tasks 1 and 2 of the LOCATAChallenge using the Eigenmike recordings. Specific implementation details aredescribed and results reported for the development dataset, for which theground truth source directions are available. For both single and multiplesource scenarios, the average absolute error angle is about 9 degrees.
Evers C, Moore A, Naylor P, Towards Informative Path Planning for Acoustic SLAM, DAGA 2016
Acoustic scene mapping is a challenging task as microphonearrays can often localize sound sources only interms of their directions. Spatial diversity can be exploitedconstructively to infer source-sensor range whenusing microphone arrays installed on moving platforms,such as robots. As the absolute location of a moving robotis often unknown in practice, Acoustic SimultaneousLocalization And Mapping (a-SLAM) is required in orderto localize the moving robot’s positions and jointlymap the sound sources. Using a novel a-SLAM approach,this paper investigates the impact of the choice of robotpaths on source mapping accuracy. Simulation results demonstratethat a-SLAM performance can be improved byinformatively planning robot paths.
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