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We propose a novel modified Mel-discrete cosine transform (MMD) filter bank structure, which restricts the overlap of each filter response to its immediate neighbor. In contrast to the well-known triangular filters employed in the extraction of the Mel-frequency cepstral coefficients (MFCC), the proposed filter structure has a smoother response and offers discrete cosine transformation and Mel-scale filtering in a single operation.

Automatic modulation classification facilitates many important signal processing applications. Recently, deep learning models have been adopted in modulation recognition, which outperform traditional machine learning techniques based on hand-crafted features. However, automatic modulation classification is still challenging due to the following reasons.

Previous research methods on wake-up word detection (WWD) have been proposed with focus on finding a decent word representation that can well express the characteristics of a word. However, there are various obstacles such as noise and reverberation which make it difficult in real-world environments where WWD works.

In this letter, we propose a new approach to tracking a target that maneuvers based on the multiple-constant-turns model. Usually, the interactive-multiple-model (IMM) algorithm based on the extended Kalman filter (IMM-EKF) is employed for this problem with successful tracking performance.

Developing Semi-Supervised Seq2Seq (S4) learning for sequence transduction tasks in natural language processing (NLP), e.g. semantic parsing, is challenging, since both the input and the output sequences are discrete. This discrete nature makes trouble for methods which need gradients either from the input space or from the output space.

Utilizing a human-perception-related objective function to train a speech enhancement model has become a popular topic recently. The main reason is that the conventional mean squared error (MSE) loss cannot represent auditory perception well. One of the typical human-perception-related metrics, which is the perceptual evaluation of speech quality (PESQ), has been proven to provide a high correlation to the quality scores rated by humans.

This correspondence proposes the use of a real-only equalizer (ROE), which acts on real signals derived from the received offset quadrature amplitude modulation (OQAM) symbols. For the same fading channel, we prove that both ROE and the widely linear equalizer (WLE) yield equivalent outputs.

This letter presents a high resolution method which separates close components of a multi-component linear frequency modulated (LFM) signal and eliminates their Cross-Terms (CTs). We first investigate the energy distribution of the Auto-Terms (ATs) and CTs in ambiguity plane.

This letter proposes a new time domain absorption approach designed to reduce masking components of speech signals under noisy-reverberant conditions. In this method, the non-stationarity of corrupted signal segments is used to detect masking distortions based on a defined threshold. 

A significantly low cost and tractable progressive learning approach is proposed and discussed for efficient spatiotemporal monitoring of a completely unknown, two dimensional correlated signal distribution in localized wireless sensor field. The spatial distribution is compressed into a number of its contour lines and only those sensors that their sensor observations are in a margin of the contour levels are reporting to the information fusion center (FC).

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