Welcome to the main page for the first community-based Signal Separation Evaluation Campaign (SiSEC 2008). SiSEC aims to be a large-scale regular campaign building upon the experience of previous evaluation campaigns and the related panel discussion at ICA'07.
Reference papersResults are summarized in the following reference papers
- E. Vincent, S. Araki, F.J. Theis, G. Nolte, P. Bofill, H. Sawada, A. Ozerov, B.V. Gowreesunker, D. Lutter and N.Q.K. Duong, The Signal Separation Evaluation Campaign (2007-2010): Achievements and remaining challenges, Signal Processing, 92, pp. 1928-1936, 2012.
- E. Vincent, S. Araki and P. Bofill, The 2008 Signal Separation Evaluation Campaign: A community-based approach to large-scale evaluation, in Proc. Int. Conf. on Independent Component Analysis and Signal Separation, pp. 734-741, 2009.
Datasets, evaluation procedures and resultsClick on the links below to download the datasets and view the evaluation procedures and results
- Under-determined speech and music mixtures
- Determined and over-determined speech and music mixtures
- Head-geometry mixtures of two speech sources in real environments, impinging from many directions
- Professionally produced music recordings
Important datesApril 30, 2008: Call for community-based definition of datasets, tasks and evaluation criteria
July 25, 2008: Evaluation proposal deadline
August 5, 2008: Call for submission of separation results
October 15, 2008: ICA 2009 paper submission deadline
October 31, 2008: Campaign entrance deadline
December 2008: Publication of the results
March 2009: Special session at ICA 2009
Emmanuel Vincent, Shoko Araki, Pau Bofill