Acoustic Signal Processing


Organiser:  Akira IKUTA

Organisation/Institution: Prefectural University of Hiroshima, Japan


Co-Organiser:  Mitsuo OHTA

Organisation/Institution: Prefectural University of Hiroshima, Japan



Recent developments in acoustic technologies such as sound field control, speech procesing and signal analysis techniques are obviously based on digital processing. Many of the sub-areas of acoustic signal processing are still now under exploited. The aim of this session will be to present the recent advanced research results on acoustic signal processing to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the experimental, theoretical and application-oriented aspects. The session provides an international forum for reporting progress and recent advances in all areas of acoustic signal processing, specially intelligent processing in acoustics including, but not limited to: Acoustical holography; Acoustic system identification and modeling; Adaptive filter; Blind source separation; Fuzzy signal processing; Inverse problems in acoustics; Neural network in acoustics; Signal detection and estimation; Sound field control; Spectrum analysis; Stochastic signal processing; Simulation in acoustics; Speech processing; Time series analysis. The organizer will solicit high quality papers containing original contributions in all applications anf modern developments of acoustic signal processing.