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CQ
(2nd)
2017-08-27
13:50
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology [Poster Presentation] Performance of a Stereophonic Acoustic Echo Canceller Based on the Adaptive PSO Algorithm for Environmental Change
Yosuke Yoneda, Masanori Kimoto (NIT)
In stereophonic acoustic echo canceller (SAEC), a unique probrem called mis-adjustment of coefficent occurs due to the i... [more]
SSS 2017-03-21
13:00
Tokyo   A communication system of bone conduction devices for improvement of acoustical environment in MRI examination
Kojiro Takahashi, Kenji Muto (Shibaura Inst. Tech), Kazuo Yagi (Tokyo Metro. Univ.) SSS2016-31
Magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) device makes tomography for medical diagnosis. It generates a loud driving sound. A comm... [more] SSS2016-31
pp.1-4
SIS 2014-12-19
14:50
Kyoto Kyoto Research Park (Kyoto City) A Study on Networked Multi-Channel Acoustic Echo Canceller
Atsushi Okada, Takayuki Nakachi, Satoru Emura, Tatsuya Fujii (NTT) SIS2014-90
Multi-channel echo canceller is one of important ultra-realistic communication technologies to realize Network Supported... [more] SIS2014-90
pp.131-136
EA, US
(Joint)
2014-01-28
13:25
Osaka Kansai University, Centenary Memorial Hall A study on method of controlling the magnitude of attenuation applied to acoustic echo canceller systems
Takuya Sawada, Takuto Yoshioka, Kensaku Fujii (Univ of Hyogo), Mitsuji Muneyasu (Kansai Univ), Masakazu Morimoto (Univ of Hyogo) EA2013-114
We propose a method to control magnitude of attenuation of the sound switch in acoustic echo canceller systems using ADF... [more] EA2013-114
pp.63-68
CS, CQ
(Joint)
2012-04-20
11:40
Okinawa Ishigakijima Highly Realistic Collaboration System by using 4K Multi JPEG2000 Codecs and 6-Channel Acoustic Echo Canceller
Sunyong Kim, Takayuki Nakachi, Satoru Emura, Tatsuya Fujii, Yoichi Haneda (NTT) CQ2012-16
We developed a novel tele-collaboration system with low latency and high reliability by using three 4K 60p JPEG2000 vide... [more] CQ2012-16
pp.87-92
SIP, RCS 2009-01-23
13:20
Kumamoto Kumamoto University A Double-Talk-Detector Integrating Sound and Image Information
Naoya Murata, Yoshinobu Kajikawa (Kansai Univ.) SIP2008-160 RCS2008-208
An acoustic echo canceller (AEC) using Sub-Adaptive-Filter (Sub-ADF) has been already proposed to remove an acoustic ech... [more] SIP2008-160 RCS2008-208
pp.213-218
EA, SIP 2006-05-26
09:40
Hyogo EGRET Himeji Improvement Method of Acoustic Echo Canceller with Sub Adaptive Filter
Satoshi Ohta, Yoshinobu Kajikawa, Yasuo Nomura (Kansai Univ.)
In the acoustic echo canceller, it is generally desirable to make adjustment of an adaptive filter(ADF) small, as the es... [more] EA2006-16 SIP2006-20
pp.1-6
EA 2005-01-28
09:30
Osaka Kansai Univ. An Acoustic Echo Cancellation Using Sub-Adaptive Filter
Masayuki Otani, Yoshinobu Kajikawa, Yasuo Nomura (Kansai Univ.)
In this paper, we examine a sub adaptive digital filter(Sub-ADF) which plays the auxiliary role for an adaptive digital ... [more] EA2004-125
pp.1-8
EA 2005-01-28
10:00
Osaka Kansai Univ. Echo Reduction for the FM-bandwidth signal -- Acoustic coupling estimation during double-talk periods --
Sumitaka Sakauchi, Yoichi Haneda, Akitoshi Kataoka (NTT SP Lab.)
Echo reduction based on short-time spectral amplitude estimation is nonlinear processing in the frequency domain for han... [more] EA2004-126
pp.9-14
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