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The Role of Adaptive Filtering in Audio Surveillance
This tutorial discusses the increasing need for filtering systems that allow surveillance specialists to combat the effects of noise in non-ideal recording environments. Demonstrations of single-channel and crosschannel adaptive filters together with other noise reduction and signal enhancing techniques will be given using the CEDAR Cambridge Forensic System.
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