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A System for Multitask Noisy Speech Enhancement
A general characteristic of the engineered speech signal registration and restoration system is presented in the paper. It contains a concise description of specific components of the system, the system being a set of advanced tools for registration, analysis and reconstruction of speech, existing in the form of computer software. The tools included allow for prompt search of desired fragments of recordings and for the improvement of their quality through noise, distortion and interference reduction. A brief information concerning selected speech reconstruction algorithms is presented also, the use of which allowed for an especially significant increase of processed speech comprehension.
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