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Delay-Coordinates Embedding Estimator of Noisy Time Series (ISR IP)

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Inventors
Carlos Berenstein, Daniele Struppa, Timothy Sauer, David Walnut, Domenico Napoletani

U.S. Patent: 7,424,463

Description
Researchers at the George Mason University and the University of Maryland College Park have developed an algorithm for reconstructing or recovering speech recordings containing substantial external noise contamination.

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If you would like to license this intellectual property, have questions, would like to contact the inventors, or need more information, contact ISR External Relations Director Jeff Coriale at coriale@umd.edu or 301.405.6604.

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June 21, 2007


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For more information, contact ISR External Relations Director
Jeff Coriale at coriale@umd.edu or 301.405.6604.

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