Utilisation des Modèles de Markov Cachés pour le Débruitage

Utilisation des Modèles de Markov Cachés pour le Débruitage

D. Matrouf J.L. Gauvain 

LIMSI-CNRS, B.P. 133, 91403 Orsay cedex, France

Corresponding Author Email: 
{driss.gauvain}@limsi.fr
Page: 
213-218
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Received: 
23 July 1999
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Accepted: 
N/A
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Published: 
30 June 2001
| Citation

OPEN ACCESS

1. Introduction
2. Le Processus de Débruitage
2. Le Processus de Débruitage
3. Estimation des Probabilités a Posteriori
4. La Combinaison Parallèle de Données
5. Résultats Expérimentaux
6. Conclusion
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