A Background Noise and Impulse Response Corpus for Research in Automotive Speech and Audio Processing (online)
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The authors present the Automotive Noise and Impulse Response (ANIR) Corpus which provides researchers and developers with resources for the realistic simulation of artificial ear and microphone signals inside automotive vehicles. Such simulations can be used to develop, test, and evaluate signal processing algorithms for both hands-free and in-car communication systems without the need for an equipped test vehicle. Specifically, an extensive impulse response and background noise measurement campaign from a Daimler V Class is documented and discussed.