Re: Segregation with neural nets (Guy Brown )

Subject: Re: Segregation with neural nets
From:    Guy Brown  <G.Brown(at)DCS.SHEFFIELD.AC.UK>
Date:    Thu, 22 Apr 1993 11:55:44 +0100

>Hi, >I'm searching for literature on algorithms of sound segregation. >Tried somebody to use neural nets ?. > >With best regards, Bernhard. The only neural net work in this area that I am aware of is the paper: T.Gramms and H.W. Strube (1990) Recognition of isolated words based on psychoacoustics and neurobiology. Speech communication 9, 35-40 which presents a neural network architecture that is apparently able to recognize simultaneously spoken words. You could also look at the work of Malsberg: C. von der Malsberg and W.Schneider (1986) A neural cocktail-party processor. Biological cybernetics, 54, 29-40 although this concerns biological neural nets rather than artificial neural nets. I can send you a copy of my thesis if you want, but its not really very neural-netlike! Guy Brown g.brown(at)

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