His primary areas of study are Acoustics, Speech recognition, Electronic engineering, Echo and Signal processing. His research integrates issues of Microphone array, Noise, Analog signal and Filter design in his study of Acoustics. His work on Speech processing and Voice activity detection as part of general Speech recognition research is frequently linked to Dialog system, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His research in Electronic engineering is mostly focused on Adaptive filter. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Noise control, concentrating on Prototype filter and frequently concerns with Algorithm. His Control study incorporates themes from Computational complexity theory, Telephony, Digital signal processor and Finite impulse response.
Gerhard Schmidt focuses on Acoustics, Speech recognition, Signal, Electronic engineering and Microphone. His studies deal with areas such as Audio signal flow, Audio signal, Echo and Analog signal as well as Acoustics. His Speech recognition research includes themes of Audio signal processing and Speech enhancement.
In general Signal, his work in Signal processing and Noise is often linked to Position linking many areas of study. As part of his studies on Electronic engineering, Gerhard Schmidt frequently links adjacent subjects like Bandwidth extension. His Microphone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transfer function and Noise.
Gerhard Schmidt mostly deals with Speech recognition, Signal, Acoustics, Magnetostriction and Algorithm. The concepts of his Speech recognition study are interwoven with issues in Bandwidth extension and Loudspeaker. His Signal research incorporates themes from Motor unit, Animal data and Communications system.
His Acoustics study often links to related topics such as Microphone. His Algorithm research integrates issues from Treadmill, Inertial measurement unit, Wearable computer and Parkinson's disease. The study incorporates disciplines such as Control and Electronic engineering in addition to Acoustic feedback cancellation.
His primary areas of investigation include Magnetostriction, Piezoelectricity, Thin film, Algorithm and Speech recognition. His Magnetostriction investigation overlaps with Noise and Acoustics. Gerhard Schmidt works mostly in the field of Piezoelectricity, limiting it down to topics relating to Optoelectronics and, in certain cases, Phase and Detection limit.
His studies in Algorithm integrate themes in fields like Parkinson's disease and Signal level. His Parkinson's disease research integrates issues from Sit to stand, Stand to sit, Wearable computer and Direction detection. His Speech recognition study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Signal and Speech communication.
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Acoustic Echo and Noise Control: A Practical Approach
E. Hansler;Gerhard Schmidt.
Acoustic echo control. An application of very-high-order adaptive filters
C. Breining;P. Dreiscitel;E. Hansler;A. Mader.
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (1999)
First observation of self-amplified spontaneous emission in a free-electron laser at 109 nm wavelength
J. Andruszkow;B. Aune;V. Ayvazyan;N. Baboi.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Generation of GW radiation pulses from a VUV free-electron laser operating in the femtosecond regime.
V. Ayvazyan;N. Baboi;I. Bohnet;R. Brinkmann.
Physical Review Letters (2002)
Step-size control for acoustic echo cancellation filter—an overview
Andreas Mader;Henning Puder;Gerhard Uwe Schmidt.
Signal Processing (2000)
Vehicle communication system
Markus Buck;Tim Haulick;Gerhard Uwe Schmidt;Michael Tropp.
A new powerful source for coherent VUV radiation: Demonstration of exponential growth and saturation at the TTF free-electron laser
V. Ayvazyan;N. Baboi;I. Bohnet;R. Brinkmann.
European Physical Journal D (2002)
Method for determining barge-in
Markus Buck;Franz Gerl;Tim Haulick;Tobias Herbig.
Topics in acoustic echo and noise control : selected methods for the cancellation of acoustical echoes, the reduction of background noise, and speech processing ; with 32 tables
Eberhard Hänsler;Gerhard Schmidt.
Method and system for communication enhancement in a noisy environment
Tim Haulick;Gerhard Uwe Schmidt.
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