His primary scientific interests are in Electronic engineering, Digital signal processing, Acoustics, Active noise control and Signal processing. Woon-Seng Gan works in the field of Electronic engineering, focusing on Adaptive filter in particular. The Digital signal processing study combines topics in areas such as Rapid prototyping, Signal processing algorithms, Embedded system and Systems engineering.
His Acoustics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nonlinear acoustics, Parametric statistics, Sideband and Audio signal. His study with Active noise control involves better knowledge in Noise. His research investigates the connection with Signal processing and areas like Multimedia which intersect with concerns in Augmented reality, Reverberation and Active listening.
Acoustics, Active noise control, Loudspeaker, Control theory and Electronic engineering are his primary areas of study. His Acoustics research integrates issues from Distortion and Parametric statistics. Active noise control is a subfield of Noise that Woon-Seng Gan explores.
His studies examine the connections between Loudspeaker and genetics, as well as such issues in Speech recognition, with regards to Audio signal processing. His work in the fields of Adaptive filter and Nonlinear system overlaps with other areas such as Path. His work investigates the relationship between Electronic engineering and topics such as Signal processing that intersect with problems in Digital signal processing.
His primary areas of investigation include Active noise control, Noise, Artificial intelligence, Noise reduction and Algorithm. The various areas that Woon-Seng Gan examines in his Active noise control study include Least mean squares filter, Filter, Microphone and Control theory, Feed forward. His research links Acoustics with Microphone.
His research integrates issues of Aperture and Parametric statistics in his study of Acoustics. In his study, Adaptive filter, Augmented reality and Noise barrier is inextricably linked to Headphones, which falls within the broad field of Noise. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Digital signal processing, Beamforming and Robustness.
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Improving convergence of the NLMS algorithm using constrained subband updates
K.A. Lee;W.S. Gan.
IEEE Signal Processing Letters (2004)
Subband Adaptive Filtering: Theory and Implementation
Kong-Aik Lee;Woon-Seng Gan;Sen M. Kuo.
Recent Advances on Active Noise Control: Open Issues and Innovative Applications
Yoshinobu Kajikawa;Woon-Seng Gan;Sen M. Kuo.
APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing (2012)
Active noise control system for headphone applications
S.M. Kuo;S. Mitra;Woon-Seng Gan.
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems and Technology (2006)
Digital Signal Processors: Architectures, Implementations, and Applications
Sen M. Kuo;Woon-Seng Gan.
An integrated audio and active noise control headset
W.S. Gan;S.M. Kuo.
IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics (2002)
A review of parametric acoustic array in air
Woon-Seng Gan;Jun Yang;Tomoo Kamakura.
Applied Acoustics (2012)
Steering of directional sound beams
Jun Yang;Woon Seng Gan;Meng Hwa Er;Chee Mun Kelvin Lee.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2004)
Adaptive feedback active noise control headset: implementation, evaluation and its extensions
W.S. Gan;S. Mitra;S.M. Kuo.
IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics (2005)
Inherent Decorrelating and Least Perturbation Properties of the Normalized Subband Adaptive Filter
K.A. Lee;W.S. Gan.
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (2006)
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