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Novel Algorithms for Audio and Signal Modeling

Jean-Michel Prima - 18/06/2013

A new team at Inria research center in Rennes, Panama positions itself at the crossroad of mathematical signal processing and audio modeling. Ultimately, its work might well also reverberate into a smarter exploitation of high-dimensional data, as team leader and ERC grantee Rémi Gribonval  explains.


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Nancy Bertin Nancy Bertin, CNRS researcher and member of PANAMA research team


A tool for separating audio sources

Jean-Michel Prima - 24/08/2017

Developed at the Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique centre, FASST software is used by audio professionals to separate the various instruments playing a piece of music or to isolate spoken language from accompanying ambient noise. With one reservation: the software remains difficult to use. Inria is thus going to undertake a technology development initiative to make it more user friendly, as researcher Nancy Bertin explains.


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Rémi Gribonval, directeur de recherche Inria


Rémi Gribonval, EURASIP Fellow 2018

Nathalie Lacaux - 26/03/2018

Rémi Gribonval, Inria researcher and head of PANAMA project-team, has just received EURASIP Fellow 2018. A prestigious distinction that awards his work in the field of signal processing.


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Rémi Gribonval Rémi Gribonval, responsable de l'équipe PANAMA - © INRIA / Photo M. Bourguet


Innovative Audio Declipper Achieves Quality Unheard Of

Jean-Michel Prima - 19/09/2017

Created at Inria research center in Rennes, Brittany, France, SPADE is a tool meant to restore distorted audio recordings. Expressing declipping as an inverse problem and leveraging sparse regularization in the time-frequency domain, its novel algorithm significantly improves the state of the art in the field, as scientist Rémi Gribonval explains.


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