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The cocktail party effect is the phenomenon of the brain's ability to focus one's auditory attention on a particular stimulus while filtering out a range of other stimuli. Solving methods include BSS (Blind Source Separation) and Beamforming.

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How to Isolate a Common Biopotential Signal from Dual Sensor Readings with Different Motion Artifacts?

I am a beginner in signal processing and working on a problem involving a dual biopotential (ECG) sensor setup. One sensor uses dry galvanic contact, and the other uses capacitive non-contact sensing. ...
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Solving the Cocktail Party Problem when the channel response of each input is known

I have a measurable $y[n]$ that is the sum of two input channels $x_1[n]$ and $x_2[n]$ according to $$ y[n] = x_1[n] + h_0 x_2[n] + h_1 x_2[n-1] $$ where the scalar weights $h_0$ and $h_1$ are known. ...
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Cocktail Party Problem with a Single Signal of Data (Single Mic)

I have been doing some multimodal signal analysis, and sometimes ICA is used for detecting statistically independent components. From my understanding, say if you have 2 sources and 2 receivers/...
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Generalized Sidelobe Cancelling performance

I'm tinkering with different adaptive beam-forming algorithms for a research project in which I want to use a Uniform Rectangular microphones Array (URA) to isolate speech in a room. I am determining ...
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