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The Internet Sound Restoration Service Based On The Perceptual Denoising Method
The Internet service was launched intended to on-demand restoration and publishing of audio content related to world's cultural heritage.A special way of acquiring,processing and publishing archive recordings was conceived in order to ensure a proper dissemination of the proposed service and its long-term maintenance.The sound enhancement method underlying the system operation employs the extended perceptual coding of audio material allowing for simultaneous noise reduction and sound compression.Moreover,the non-linear predictor employing neural networks was applied to the detection and removal of impulse distortions.The system is still in the development phase,thus both:system features implemented already and technical assumptions related to its further development are presented in the paper.
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