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Toolbox for log-spectral magnitude MMSE estimators under super-Gaussian densities

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Toolbox for log-spectral magnitude MMSE estimators under super-Gaussian densities.

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Toolbox for log-spectral magnitude MMSE estimators under super-Gaussian densities.

The toolbox can also be downloaded from: http://ict.ewi.tudelft.nl/~richard/log_spec_super_gaussV1.rar

The matlab files enclosed in this toolbox can be used to tabulate gain functions for log-spectral magnitude MMSE estimators under an assumed Generalized-Gamma model for the clean speech magnitude DFT coefficients.

For the theory behind these estimators and constraints on the parameters we refer to the article

[1] R. C. Hendriks, R. Heusdens and J. Jensen, "Log-Spectral Magnitude MMSE Estimators under Super-Gaussian Densities", Interspeech, pp. 1319 - 1322, 2009.

Short description of the 2 main m-files (see the headers of the files for more info):

For an assumed Generalized-Gamma prior density of the magnitude DFT coefficients with gamma=2 and specific
nu parameter the m-file

[G1]=TabulateGainGamma2logmmse(Rprior,Rpost,nu)

tabulates the gain function for the log-spectral magnitude DFT coefficients.

For mathematical expressions of the gain functions for these estimators see [1].

The range of a priori and a posteriori SNRs is -40 to 40 dB in 1 dB steps. Each row of the gain matrices is for a different a priori SNR, while a posteriori SNR varies along columns.

Given the tabulated gain function, a vector of gain values for pairs of a priori and a posteriori SNRs can be selected using the m-file

[gains]=lookup_gain_in_table(G,a_post,a_priori,a_post_range,a_priori_range);

where a_post and a_priori are vectors with the a posteriori and a priori SNRs respectively.

The vectors a_post and a_priori should have equal lengths. The parameters a_post_range and a_priori_range indicate the ranges in dBs used in the gain table G.

The scriptfile log_mmse_supergaus gives an example of the usage of the aforementioned m-files.

Implementations of the special functions are based on
S. Zhang & J. Jin "Computation of Special Functions" (Wiley, 1996) with implementations available online: http://iris-lee3.ece.uiuc.edu/~jjin/routines/routines.html

The implementations of these special functions in the toolbox have been adapted with respect to the original implementations such that they can handle vector arguments as well.

Copyright 2009: Delft University of Technology, Information and Communication Theory Group. The software is free for non-commercial use.

This program comes WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY.

June, 2009

R. C. Hendriks

Cite As

Richard Hendriks (2021). Toolbox for log-spectral magnitude MMSE estimators under super-Gaussian densities (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/25431-toolbox-for-log-spectral-magnitude-mmse-estimators-under-super-gaussian-densities), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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