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The WASPAA programme is now available.

The ACE Corpus paper will be presented in Lecture Session 5 from 08:50 to 10:10 on Wednesday 21st October 2015, and the remainder of the ACE papers will be presented as posters in Poster Session 3 from 10:30 to 12:30 on the same day.

We look forward to seeing you there.



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We have now received camera-ready papers from the participating teams in the ACE Challenge, and we are looking forward to the satellite workshop during WASPAA 18-21 October 2015.

We are also working on making the full ACE Corpus including the challenge datasets, anechoic speech, acoustic impulse responses, and noises used to create them widely available.

We hope to host the following regular WASPAA papers and ACE proceedings papers at the workshop:

To appear in Proc. IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), New Paltz, NY, USA, 2015:

  1. J. Eaton, N. D. Gaubitch, A. H. Moore, and P. A. Naylor, “The ACE challenge – corpus description and performance evaluation,”
  2. F. Lim, M. R. P. Thomas, P. A. Naylor and I. J. Tashev, “Acoustic blur kernel with sliding window for blind estimation of reverberation time,”
  3. T. de M. Prego, A. A. de Lima, R. Zambrano-López, and S. L. Netto, “Blind estimators for reverberation time and direct-to-reverberant energy ratio using subband speech decomposition,”

To appear in Proc. ACE Challenge Workshop, a satellite event of WASPAA, New Paltz, NY, USA, 2015:

  1. H. Chen, P. N. Samarasinghe, T. D. Abhayapala, and W. Zhang, “Estimation of the direct-to-reverberant energy ratio using a spherical microphone array,”
  2. J. Eaton and P. A. Naylor, “Reverberation time estimation on the ACE corpus using the SDD method,”
  3. J. Eaton and P. A. Naylor, “Direct-to-reverberant ratio estimation on the ACE corpus using a two-channel beamformer,”
  4. Y. Hioka and K. Niwa, “PSD estimation in beamspace for estimating direct-to-reverberant ratio from a reverberant speech signal,”
  5. H. W. Löllmann, A. Brendel, P. Vary and W. Kellermann, “Single-channel maximum-likelihood T60 estimation exploiting subband information,”
  6. P. P. Parada, D. Sharma, T. van Waterschoot, and P. A. Naylor, “Evaluating the non-intrusive room acoustics algorithm with the ACE challenge,”
  7. M. Senoussaoui, J. F. Santos, and T. H. Falk, “SRMR variants for improved blind room acoustics characterization,”
  8. F. Xiong, S. Goetze, and B. T. Meyer, “Joint estimation of reverberation time and direct-to-reverberation ratio from speech using auditory inspired features,”

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The ACE Challenge Evaluation deadline for submissions has been extended to Thursday 2nd of April 2015 at 12:00 GMT.

See the website for more details regarding the ACE Challenge.

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The ACE Challenge Evaluation database has now been released. We’re currently expecting up to 19 algorithms and 16 institutions in the challenge.

See the updated website for further details.

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Since we released the ACE Development database on the 27th January, we have received participation requests from 12 institutions to register 18 algorithms. We are looking forward to an exciting IEEE ASLP Challenge workshop during WASPAA 2015 and we will be releasing the Evaluation database soon.

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Calling all researchers in the areas of T60 and DRR estimation: The ACE Challenge Development database has been released. See the updated website for further details.


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Calling all researchers in the areas of T60 and DRR estimation: The ACE Challenge website has been revised and updated with new timescales.

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