Ppt on adaptive blind noise suppression

D R A F T UNION EUROPEENNE DES MEDECINS SPECIALISTES (UEMS) EUROPEAN UNION OF MEDICAL SPECIALISTS (UEMS) Hearing and Balance in adults Training Programme.

the patient’s overall health. Multidisciplinary team Curriculum This curriculum adapted from the Audiovestibular Medicine Curriculum of the Royal College of / e.g. Loss of tactile sensitivity, joint mobility, blindness, poor memory B A Associated problems such as balance /Otoacoustic emissions (transient evoked, spontaneous, distortion product and contralateral suppression)  Middle ear reflex measures  Speech audiometry including speech in noise  Auditory brainstem responses (ABR) Have observed : /


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decrease the probability of error that occurs without suppression of ISI, but this reduction of ISI effects has to be balanced with prevention of noise power enhancement. is to mitigate the effects of/.  Difference between Adaptive Equalization, and Blind Equalization. Adaptive EqualizationBlind Equalization.Adaptive EqualizationBlind Equalization. Adaptive Equalization Definition. Definition. What is meant by: Training, and Tracking What is meant by: Training, and Tracking Blind Equalization In which the/


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sometimes called the uncrowded span.) Below is an example adapted from Pelli, Tillman, Freeman et al (2007). / effects of flanking Gabor patches on contrast detection (surround suppression) and orientation identification (crowding) and concluded that the two/Pelli, 2007). Apperceptive agnosia (a form of object blindness, where objects are not properly seen) –Line /g. simple cells) followed by nonlinear contrast transduction, additive noise and a further summation stage over greater distances (long-range)./


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noise, isolation Ongoing, chronic stress Review………………..Preview Warning Signs Why zebras don’t get ulcers F or Flight Stress: Then versus Now Changes that occur General Adaptation/ Blood clotting Heart attack Suppresses the immune system Chronic Elevation of Cortisol STRESS & DISEASE Chronic Elevation of Cortisol Immune system suppression Insulin resistance Loss of /be caused by any experience, because stress itself is neutral. The Blind Man and the Elephant II Perspective for Your Parents A father passing /


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and eliminate noise and eliminate noise Requires /Adaptive Multiuser Detection Data Out 3.3 Mbps Digital IC Ultimate objective: fully integrated, single chip radio © ICU 전파교육연구센터 2003 27 Analog Baseband Section 1. Suppress/Adaptive Channel Estimation Adaptive Multiuser Detection 3.3 Mbps Carrier and Timing Synchronization Algorithm: Pilot channel-assisted adaptive MUDAlgorithm: Pilot channel-assisted adaptive MUD Modes of operation: blind, decision-directed, training sequence basedModes of operation: blind/


Multichannel solutions for sound enhancement and acoustic conditions in concert halls and operas David Griesinger Lexicon dgriesinger@lexicon.com www.world.std.com/~griesngr.

suffers greatly from having the old Bolshoi next door! The Sound of Opera – the blind opera fan. What distinguishes the SOUND of the New Bolshoi from the Staatsoper Berlin, or/ has been designed to suppress the perception of ESI and of mud. As long as intelligibility is more or less satisfactory, after an adaptation period we no longer/dependence of the reverberation time can be separately adjusted. Lares also includes a noise generator and 1/3 octave analyzer for setting and verifying the overall system gain/


Unit Review & Exam Preparation

frequency spectrum) but has no phase information (PSD is “phase blind”). PSD is always real and non-negative. White Noise White noise signal has a perfectly flat power spectrum (equal to the variance of the signal/ECG Removal of mains interference in medical signals Radar signal processing Background noise removal RX-TX crosstalk reduction Adaptive jammer suppression Separation of the speech from the background noise Echo cancellation for speaker phones Beamforming Part 4 PSD Estimation and Signal/


On the use of statistical tools for audio processing Mathieu Lagrange and Juan José Burred Analyse / Synthèse Team, IRCAM École.

Not a sound representation: o no way to provide enhancements such as speaker and channel adaptation, background noise suppression, source separation 17 Mathieu Lagrange. Statistical Tools for Audio Processing. Potentials of the /feature extraction Source separation as a way to break the glass ceiling? Separation without understanding BSS: Blind Source Separation (ICA, ISA, NMF) Blind means: only very general statistical assumptions taken. Understanding for separation Supervised source separation (based on a/


Spread Spectrum Communications Course Syllabus Spring 2007.

Noise Rejection---Part I: Theory and Background, IEEE J. Select. Area Commun., vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 817-827, June 1994. 11  A. J. Viterbi, ``Very Low Rate Convolutional Codes for Maximum Theoretical Performance of Spread-Spectrum Multiple-Access Channels, IEEE J. Select. Area Commun., vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 641-649, May 1990.  X. Wang and H. V. Poor, ``Blind/1347, Sep. 1995.  S. Ulukus and R. Yates, ``Adaptive power control and MMSE interference suppression, Baltzer/ACM Wireless Networks vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 489/


Ethics and Operating Procedures for the Radio Amateur by ON4UN and ON4WW Ed. 2 – July 2008 Ethics and Operating Procedures for the Radio Amateur Copyright:

skills are always ready for service to country and community. -- adapted from the original Amateurs Code, written by Paul M. Segal, W9EEA/in LSB. Here the two transmitted frequencies will be below the suppressed carrier frequency. –If we use the same frequencies for the /: better for weak signals - better S/N ratio (less noise in narrow bandwidth) - no gain reduction by AGC action on/operator worked a station without ever having heard its callsign, blindly having copied a busted (incorrect) call from the DX /


Ethics and Operating Procedures for the Radio Amateur by ON4UN and ON4WWEd. 2 – July 2008 Ethics and Operating Procedures for the Radio Amateur Copyright:

skills are always ready for service to country and community. -- adapted from the original Amateurs Code, written by Paul M. Segal, W9EEA/in LSB. Here the two transmitted frequencies will be below the suppressed carrier frequency. –If we use the same frequencies for the /: better for weak signals - better S/N ratio (less noise in narrow bandwidth) - no gain reduction by AGC action on/operator worked a station without ever having heard its callsign, blindly having copied a busted (incorrect) call from the DX /


Defense and Security Research Center

Radar Technology Lab Radar Modeling, Signal Processing, Applications Passive radar Noise radar FMCW radars Maritime radars ATC micro-Doppler NCTR THZ active /blinding effect [dBsm] receiver transmitter target -200 -150 -100 -50 50 100 150 200 -20 -15 -10 -5 5 10 Short distance strong echo masking effect Solution: Adaptive/and short distance strong echo masking effect taken into consideration Direct signal antenna base suppression [km] Detection RCS - near target suppresed [dBsm] receiver transmitter target /


BRAIN COMPUTER INTERACTION ELG5121 (MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION) Anisur Rahman, student ID: 3087689 Mohammad Upal Mahfuz, student ID: 5819545.

 Need to develop hardware and software to disable people Assist blind people to visualize external images Assist paralyzed people to operate external/clumsy and awkward.  TOBI will provide suitable and comfortable devices to  Suppress noise  Better dynamic properties of control signals  Multimodal interfaces Visual Audio Haptic F/ Dynamic Adaptation  Two-level adaptation process First Level Self Adaptation First Level Self Adaptation 2 nd level Dynamic Adaptation 2 nd level Dynamic Adaptation The best /


Learning Objectives Manage adult patients who need sedation and analgesia while receiving ventilator support according to current standards and guidelines.

EEG monitoring if: – At risk for seizures – Burst suppression therapy is indicated for ↑ ICP Identify delirium risk factors: dementia/ of daily living –Ability to walk independently Assessors blinded to treatment assignment Secondary endpoints –Number of hospital / and ICU Practice Multifaceted, interdisciplinary approach Adapt to local practice patterns and resource availability/Nonpharmacologic Interventions Early mobility 1 Environmental changes (eg, noise reduction) Sensory aids (eg, hearing aids, glasses/


Feature Extraction for speech applications Chapters 19-22.

in additive domain, parts more separable Famous example: “blind” deconvolution of Caruso recordings Oppenheim: Then all speech /noise is present, i.e., always) Additive noise (stationary) Subtract off noise spectral estimate Need a noise estimate Use a second microphone if you have it Wiener filter /spectral subtraction Assume that X = S + N (suppressing/ of noise, convolution) SPLICE (Stereo-based Piecewise LInear Compensation for Environments) methods Or else, adaptation of stat model Noise and convolution/


MIT REMOTE SENSING AND ESTIMATION GROUP Cho 1 Anomaly Compensation and Cloud Clearing of AIRS Hyperspectral Data Presented at IEEE.

GROUP http://rseg.mit.edu Cho 15 Instrumental Noise  Instrumental white noise is unavoidable  NAPC filtering provides adaptive noise filtering  NAPC filtering is extensively used in/ of general nonlinear estimator  NAPCs are used to reduce dimension and suppress noise, making more robust and stable estimation  Prior knowledge (either spectral / point separates signal from noise X = AP + G 1/2 W MIT REMOTE SENSING AND ESTIMATION GROUP http://rseg.mit.edu Cho 56 Blind Signal Separation III  Expectation/


Cognitive Psychology Attention. What do these have in common? You are driving to a lunch date, and accidentally take the route to your job. After you.

Blindness (original experiment) G http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJG698U2Mvo G Change Blindness (office) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diGV83xZwhQ Change Blindness/time is the threshold. G These methods can be adapted to determine difference thresholds. Determining Thresholds G We think /not willing enough). G For example, if the true signal to noise ratio is 50% and you have a 75% detection rate,/ Schneider, Carter, and White (1987). G After suppression, it’s easier to keep thinking about a white bear. /


Physiology Review A work in Progress.

visual cortex in blind people active when they are reading Braille Adaptation Slow-provide continuous information (tonic)-relatively non adapting-respond to /Na+ channels operational spontaneously depolarizes at fastest rate overdrive suppression-inhibits other cells automaticity contracts feebly Stretch on the SA/Laminar vs. Turbulent Flow Streamline silent most efficient normal Cross mixing vibrational noise least efficient frequently associated with vessel disease (bruit) Reynold’s number Probability/


Alain Bouffioux - Philips Leuven1A/V compression applied to Consumer Products - ULG Philips Digital Systems LaboratoriesAB01137 - 05/12/01 Audio & Video.

01 Principles of compression (2/2)  Suppression of irrelevant information  lossy compression Example: /but not annoying), 5(Imperceptible) u Example:Double blind test Alain Bouffioux - Philips Leuven22A/V compression applied/profile (=MPEG1+interlaced), SNR scalable profile (allows graceful degradation (noise improvement at same resolution), spatial scalable profile (hierarchical coding : /the channel (RTD-LJ) u MPEG stream must be adapted to transmission channel formatting, error correction, channel coding /


Alain Bouffioux - Philips Leuven1A/V compression & Consumer Products - ULG Philips Digital Systems Laboratories 09/12/2004 Audio & Video Compression and.

2004 Principles of compression (2/2) Suppression of irrelevant information  lossy compression Example/4(Perceptible but not annoying), 5(Imperceptible) Example:Double blind test Alain Bouffioux - Philips Leuven27A/V compression & / profile (=MPEG1+interlaced), SNR scalable profile (allows graceful degradation (noise improvement at same resolution), spatial scalable profile (hierarchical coding : /channel (RTD- LJ) MPEG stream must be adapted to transmission channel formatting, error correction, channel coding/


16-1 Sensation Properties and Types of Sensory Receptors General Senses Chemical Senses Hearing and Equilibrium Vision Figure 16.10 Figure 16.22 Eyebrow.

–reflexes are involuntary occur without intent and difficult to suppress automatic response –reflexes are stereotyped occur essentially the same /response and rapid head turning in response to loud noise third-order neurons begin in the inferior colliculi /Iris Ciliary body Ora serrata Lens Hyaloid canal Optic disc (blind spot) Central artery and vein of retina Suspensory ligament / signals to the brain 16-64 Light and Dark Adaptation light adaptation (walk out into sunlight) –pupil constriction and pain/


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vehicles need to be sensed in front for adaptive cruise control and forward collision warning; on the sides, for blind spot and lane change / merge warning;/map, and provided to individual vehicles. Sensor-Friendly Features Besides clutter suppression, sensor-friendly systems can improve visibility: Lane markings can be improved/ existing sensors combined with location, local processing and wireless networking Pollution temp noise, count payload GPS location in acquiescent mode Zigbee (802.15) Wireless Sensor/


The Special Senses Lecture Outline

Anatomy and Physiology, 11e Adaptation & Odor Thresholds Adaptation = decreasing sensitivity Olfactory adaptation is rapid 50% in 1/Human Anatomy and Physiology, 11e Application: Color Blindness & Night Blindness Most forms of colorblindness (inability to distinguish/ continuous release of inhibitory neurotransmitter onto bipolar cells suppresses their activity In light enzymes cause the closing of/prevents very large vibrations of stapes from loud noises Tensor tympani attaches to malleus limits movements of/


Health and Safety at Works of Marine Surveyors Marine Compliance(Quality and Health and Safety management)department Date of revision : 31 st of December.

measures which will allow by order of preference; To suppress the exposure to this danger or the danger itself. /norme EN345 révisée) are to be preferred. Specific shoes : adapted for specific interventions, particularly : During interventions in ATEX zone or in/noise can destroy the cells of the cochlea. The noise increases the risk of work accidents for several reasons : - The noise ask as a blind other warning signal; - The noise disturbs verbal communication. - The noise diverts the attention - The noise/


AP PSYCHOLOGY Review for the AP Exam Chapter 5-. SENSATION Chapter 5.

of a faint stimulus (signal) amid background stimulation (noise) *assumes that there is no single absolute threshold */all that we are capable of experiencing. Change Blindness Perceptual Illusions Picture or a word? Perceptual / later had difficulty perceiving horizontal bars. Perceptual Interpretation Perceptual Adaptation – (vision) ability to adjust to an artificially displaced/unwanted behavior Punished behavior is not forgotten, its suppressed- behavior returns when punishment is no longer eminent/


ENEE631 Digital Image Processing (Spring09) Image Forensics & Feature Extraction Spring ’09 Instructor: Min Wu Electrical and Computer Engineering Department,

Image Forensics & Feature Extraction [5] Robustness vs. Payload Blind/non-coherent detection ~ original copy unavailable Robustness and payload tradeoff Advanced embedding: quantization/’s problems of long code length, low resilience, and limited scalability adapt to media characteristics Combinatorial codes + CDM Error correcting codes + TDM /& Feature Extraction [39] Recall: Robust Edge Detector Apply LPF to suppress noise, then apply edge detector or derivative operations E.g. Laplacian of Gaussian/


Chapter 6 Non-Associative Learning: Learning about Repeated Events.

controllable acoustic startle reflex. Defensive response to a loud, unexpected noise Researchers also use orienting response. Innate response to a novel stimulus/ (e.g., an orienting response). If match, behavioral response is suppressed (i.e., habituated). 27 Differentiation Theory Differentiation theory—brain develops representations/ observed in opossums blinded at birth. Blinded opossums showed unique multimodal areas, responding to combination of auditory and tactile stimuli. Adapted from Kahn and /


AP PSYCHOLOGY Review for the AP Exam Chapter 5-. SENSATION Chapter 5.

of a faint stimulus (signal) amid background stimulation (noise) *assumes that there is no single absolute threshold */all that we are capable of experiencing. Change Blindness Perceptual Illusions Picture or a word? Perceptual / later had difficulty perceiving horizontal bars. Perceptual Interpretation Perceptual Adaptation – (vision) ability to adjust to an artificially displaced/unwanted behavior Punished behavior is not forgotten, its suppressed- behavior returns when punishment is no longer eminent/


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Other Models Neutron Stars R n PREX Physics Output Slide adapted from C. Horowitz 20% corrections, calculated to precision/electron beam polarimetry Target survivability Electronics noise new low-noise ADCs Integrating photon detection Beam False/Detector integrates the elastic peak. Backgrounds from inelastics are suppressed. 4-4- Momentum (GeV/c) C 1st / applied: backgrounds (1.5%) acceptance averaging (0.3%) beam polarization (11%) Analysis Blinded ± 200 ppb at Q 2 = 0.00906 GeV 2  Statistics limited ( 9/


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helplessness compared to healthy individuals  Does not often show overt symptoms, and does not adapt to the pain  Creates insecurity because of never knowing how one would feel  / Alteration Increased Muscle Tension Alteration in glucose fat, & protein metabolism Suppression of inflammatory & immune responses Increased HR & BP Pupil dilation Dry/ procedures  Curtains or blinds should be opened during the day to allow bright natural light, and lights dimmed at night  Minimize noise from staff, carts that/


Principles of Human Anatomy and Physiology, 11e1 Chapter 17 The Special Senses Lecture Outline.

Human Anatomy and Physiology, 11e9 Adaptation & Odor Thresholds Adaptation = decreasing sensitivity Olfactory adaptation is rapid –50% in / Anatomy and Physiology, 11e54 Application: Color Blindness & Night Blindness Most forms of colorblindness (inability to distinguish/ –continuous release of inhibitory neurotransmitter onto bipolar cells suppresses their activity In light –enzymes cause the closing / very large vibrations of stapes from loud noises Tensor tympani attaches to malleus –limits movements/


Subjective aspects of room acoustics David Griesinger

acoustic research. The audio field has made rapid progress through the universal adaptation of blind A/B tests. These are particularly easy when judging recordings, which is/ distraction to the task was sufficient to eliminate the improvement. Acoustic adaptation suppresses our ability to hear and to remember the timbre – and sometimes the intelligibility/ speech phones (sound events) from each other. And from reverberation and noise. Individual phones from a particular source are assembled by our physiology into /


Functional Testing of the Eye: Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Matthew L. Severns, Ph.D. LKC Technologies, Inc. USA.

and minimize the interference from pupil contraction Dark adapt > 25 minutes to maximize the rod responsiveness/the background light, so response from Rods is suppressed The response is mainly from Cone photoreceptors Flicker stimulation/ Sclerosis) –Toxic optic neuropathies (ethambutol, cisplatin) Malingering, hysterical blindness Can use hemifield stimulation to distinguish pre-chiasmal from post-chiasmal /should be repeated if there is too much noise MFERG: Applications Diagnosing macular disease: –ARMD,/


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what exactly they are measuring), making the experiment double-blind (neither the experimenter nor the subject knows whether /auditory code). Split brain patients are able to adapt over time. Phineas Gage: injured in accident doing/ moods, or mental processes -Hallucinogens- alter perceptions; Opiates- suppress pain and induce euphoria; Stimulants- activate nervous system (i./. Watson 1. studied behaviorism 2. Little Albert (white rat->loud noise=fearful response) B. F. Skinner 1. connects behaviors with the /


Autism, ion channels and computational simulations Włodzisław Duch Katedra Informatyki Stosowanej, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń, Poland. Google:

material requires association cortex, but not sensory or motor cortices – no blindness or deafness => problems mostly in prefrontal areas? Preschool ASD children repeat/of hyperspecific categories in temporal and prefrontal cortices, breakdown of adaptively timed attentional and motor circuits in the hippocampal system and / Noise? General arousal? Inhibition strength, local excitations, long-distance synchronization? How will symptoms differ depending on specific brain areas? For example, mu suppression /


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Summary 1) Introduction 2) Definitions 3) Responsibilities

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Presented by Coleen Maritz Audiologist. 1. Anatomy of the ear.

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is most beneficial for reproductive success will be produced. Then adaptation will occur after the most beneficial trait is accumulated within a/commonly found among men. It is rare to find a color blind woman. Explain the genetic basis of how the gene causing /of X inactivation of the X chromosome which is done through suppression of genes for this specific chromosome. Learning Log/FRQ Answer:/the night due to a startling noise. If awoken during the night due to a startling noise, one of the first responses /


 Our emotional state is closely related to our motivation. For each behavior that you perform there is an accompanying feeling about that action. Emotion.

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Environmental pollution may be defined as, “the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings”. It changes the quality of air, water and land which interferes.

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Sensation and Perception. Sensation process by which our sensory systems receive stimuliThe process by which our sensory systems (eyes, ears, and other.

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Principles of Human Anatomy and Physiology, 11e1 Chapter 14 Part 1 The Brain and Cranial Nerves Lecture Outline.

deafness = an inability to understand spoken words word blindness = an inability to understand written words –damage to/–Most autonomic responses can not be consciously altered or suppressed. Principles of Human Anatomy and Physiology, 11e160 SOMATIC vs/ corpuscles of touch (Meissner’s corpuscles), lamellated corpuscles adapt rapidly. Vibration sensations result from rapidly repetitive sensory signals/types of inputs can activate the RAS---pain, light, noise, muscle activity, touch Coma is sleep-like state –A/


Survey of Robust Speech Techniques in ICASSP 2009 Shih-Hsiang Lin ( 林士翔 ) 1Survey of Robustness Techniques in ICASSP 2009.

and noisy features caused by the spectral valleys being buried by noise appended the information on spectral peaks into the acoustic modified the likelihood/ in is the result of the principle of maximum likelihood From the perspective of Blind Source Separation (BSS) and Independent Component Analysis (ICA) – The principle of / regression optimization The gains from model adaptation are marginal – The mapping methods evaluated are already very effective at suppressing the influence of interfering speakers on/


Environmental pollution may be defined as, “the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings”. It changes the quality of air, water and land which interferes.

slow blindness called actinic keratitis. Enhanced level of UV-ray could lead to more people suffering from cataracts. (iv) Human exposure to UV-rays can suppress the /power plant first opens or shuts down for repair, fish and other organisms adapted to a particular temperature range can be killed by the abrupt change in / about 20% workers. 2. Transport Noise The main noise, comes from transport. It mainly includes road traffic noise, rail traffic noise and air craft noise. The number of road vehicles like /


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agitation and aggresiveness. Hyperactivity, hallucinations, and delusions are suppressed. The sedative effect is produced immediately while the antipsychotic/, Zopiclone GABA GABAA- site + + + Barbitu- rate sate Ethanol Barbiturates Adapted from Bennett and Brown, Clinical Pharmacology – 9th Ed. (2003) Biotransformation of/-lag on long-haul flights and for blind or partially sighted people who cannot use/ been used In dogs in the treatment of noise phobias (fireworks, thunderstorms), separation anxiety, motion /


Data Hiding Watermarking and Steganography. Outline Introduction to Data Hiding Watermarking –Definition and History –Applications –Basic Principles –Requirements.

JPEG compression, filtering, cropping, histogram equalization additive noise etc. Presentation Attacks: Watermark detection failure. Geometric / Secret Message Secret Key Is Stego Message? Suppress Message AliceWendyBob Steganography Techniques Substitution methods –Bit plane/palette Hiding in the image data Non-adaptive techniques Adaptive techniques Palette artifacts Image data artifacts Artifacts/the final stego classifier is obtained. Blind Identification based Steganalysis This method can be/


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