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Recursive Bayesian estimation of the acoustic noise emitted by wind farms

Baldwin Dumortier 1 Emmanuel Vincent 1 Madalina Deaconu 2, 3
1 MULTISPEECH - Speech Modeling for Facilitating Oral-Based Communication
Inria Nancy - Grand Est, LORIA - NLPKD - Department of Natural Language Processing & Knowledge Discovery
2 TOSCA - TO Simulate and CAlibrate stochastic models
CRISAM - Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée , IECL - Institut Élie Cartan de Lorraine : UMR7502
Abstract : Wind turbine noise is often annoying for humans living in close proximity to a wind farm. Reliably estimating the intensity of wind turbine noise is a necessary step towards quantifying and reducing annoyance, but it is challenging because of the overlap with background noise sources. Current approaches involve measurements with on/off turbine cycles and acoustic simulations, which are expensive and unreliable. This raises the problem of separating the noise of wind turbines from that of background noise sources and coping with the uncertainties associated with the source separation output. In this paper we propose to assist a black-box source separation system with a model of wind turbine noise emission and propagation in a recursive Bayesian estimation framework. We validate our approach on real data with simulated uncertainties using different nonlinear Kalman filters.
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Baldwin Dumortier, Emmanuel Vincent, Madalina Deaconu. Recursive Bayesian estimation of the acoustic noise emitted by wind farms. 2017 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP)., Mar 2017, New Orleans, United States. ⟨hal-01428962⟩



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