• A multiplicative cancellation approach to multipath suppression in FM Radio

      Moir, T; Pettigrew, AM (Springer, 2014)
      The deceptively simple problem of a single inverted reflection in ordinary frequency modulated (FM) radio is considered. It will be shown that this problem has been overlooked in the literature and causes major breakdown ...
    • Adaptive crosstalk-resistant noise-cancellation using Kalman filters

      Moir, T (The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), 2012)
      A crosstalk-resistant method of noise-cancellation is used to separate a mixture of two non-stationary signals.(eg speech). Whereas this idea has been used previously using least-mean squares (LMS) in a cross-coupling mode, ...
    • Blind source separation for adaptive speech control

      Moir, T; Alam, F; Harris, J (AUT University, 2011)
      Crosstalk resistant adaptive noise cancellation (CTRANC) is a method of separat-ing convolutively mixed sources where little a priori information is known about the system. Possible areas of application for such an algorithm ...
    • Filtering, smoothing, and prediction using a control-loop spectral factorization method for coloured noise

      Moir, T (John Wiley & Sons, 2012)
      A method for the linear least-squares estimation of random signals contaminated with random noise is shown that uses a new method of spectral factorization. It is shown that the optimal filter can be written entirely in ...
    • Improving Persian-English statistical machine translation: experiments in domain adaption

      Mohaghegh, M; Sarrafzadeh, A; Moir, T (CiteSeerX, 2011)
      This paper documents recent work carried out for PeEn-SMT, our Statistical Machine Translation system for translation between the English-Persian language pair. We give details of our previous SMT system, and present our ...
    • Inverting non-minimum phase FIR transfer functions

      Moir, T (Scentific and Academic Publishing, 2013)
      The approximate solution to the inverse of a non-minimum phase finite-impulse response (FIR) transfer function is given. Such a problem arises in many areas which include room-acoustics and channel equalisation. Unlike ...
    • Knowing the wheat from the weeds in noisy speech

      Moir, T; Agaiby, H (International Speech Communication Association (ISCA), 1997)
      This paper introduces a word boundary detection algorithm that works in a variety of noise conditions including what is commonly called the 'cocktail party' situation. The algorithm uses the direction of the signal as the ...