Adaptive Digital Filtering and Its Algorithms for Acoustic Echo Canceling

Adaptive Digital Filtering and Its Algorithms for Acoustic Echo Canceling

Mohammad Reza Asharif (University of Okinawa, Japan) and Rui Chen (University of Okinawa, Japan)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-132-2.ch008
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Abstract

In this chapter, we shall study adaptive digital filtering (ADF) and its application to acoustic echo canceling (AEC). At first, Wiener filtering and algorithms such as LMS in the time domain for ADF are explained. Then, to decrease the computational complexity, the frequency domain algorithms such as FDAF and FBAF will be studied. To challenge the double-talk problem in AEC, we will also introduce various algorithms by processing the correlation function of the signal. The proposed algorithms here are CLMS, ECLMS, and using frequency domain is FECLMS, and using wavelet transform is WECLMS. Each of these algorithms has its own merits, and they will be evaluated. At the end of this chapter a new system for room-acoustic partitioning is proposed. This new system is called smart acoustic room (SAR). The SAR will also be used in AEC with double-talk condition. The authors wish to gather all aspects in studying ADF and their use in AEC by going very deep into theoretical details as well as considering more practical and feasible applications considering real-time implementation.

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