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Audio Signal Processing Based on an Adaptive Time-Frequency Distribution
An adaptive time-frequency distribution is developed to represent an audio signal in a more useful manner. This distribution has applications to many facets of digital audio signal processing, including blind signal separation and ;audio compression. As an example, the specific application of removing sound sources from two-channel audio recordings is implemented.
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