Our paper is accepted for publication in EUSIPCO 2018: Sanna Wager and Minje Kim, “Collaborative speech dereverberation: regularized tensor factorization for crowdsourced multi-channel recordings.”
An exciting collaboration with cognitive scientists resulted in a paper in CogSci 2018: “Creative leaps in musical ecosystems: early warning signals of critical transitions in professional jazz.”
Kai passed his qualifying exam. Congrats!
We’ve got two ICASSP 2018 papers accepted:
“Bitwise Source Separation on Hashed Spectra: An Efficient Posterior Estimation Scheme Using Partial Rank Order Metrics,” and
“Bitwise Neural Networks for Efficient Single-Channel Source Separation.”
Mrinmoy passed his qualifying exam. Congrats!