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  • in reply to: How to open .mat files ? #516
    AvatarZouhair_Ghalfi
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    Dear Yuka,
    Thank you very much for your answer!
    I have previously installed the last version of HARK but I couldn’t make it work with Kinect. So instead I’m using HARK2.2 because it is the latest version that has been tested using Kinect microphones.
    Yes. I’m talking about harktool5-GUI.
    Thank you again for your help:)
    Best,
    Zouhair

    in reply to: How to open .mat files ? #510
    AvatarZouhair_Ghalfi
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    Dear Yuka,
    Thank you for your answer!
    I couldn’t use Harktool5 because I got some errors when installing it, which affected hark-designer. Now when I run hark-designer I get the attached images.
    I’m using HARK 2.2 version. Could the problem be related with this?
    Once I have solved these issues, I will let you know how it went.
    Best,
    Zouhair

    in reply to: How to open .mat files ? #507
    AvatarZouhair_Ghalfi
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    Dear Yuka,
    Don’t worry about the late reply:)
    I have already seen the document ‘https://www.hark.jp/document/2.4.0/hark-document-en/sect0031.html’, but I’m sorry because I can’t see the answer of my question on it.
    As I understood form the question number 111 in “FAQ” , to check if the transfer function was correctly generated there are two ways:
    1-Looking if the localization and recognition results match
    OR
    2-Openning the ‘.mat’ file and checking the content directly
    My question is :How can I look at the content of my ‘.mat’ files directly?
    Best regards,
    Zouhair

    in reply to: Sound Source Localization with suppression of constant noise #461
    AvatarZouhair_Ghalfi
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    Thank you so much for your help!

    in reply to: Sound Source Localization with suppression of constant noise #444
    AvatarZouhair_Ghalfi
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    Finally it worked when I edited the file “sep_rec_offline_output_cm_test.n” as you recommended. But I can not figure why that the file cm.zip is only saved when I execute the network from the GUI but not from the command line.
    My network with errors “PreMeasuredNoiseSSL.n” is attached to this message.
    Thank you very much for your help
    Zouhair

    in reply to: Sound Source Localization with suppression of constant noise #441
    AvatarZouhair_Ghalfi
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    Thank you for your answer.
    As you can see from the attached file 3.png my input file is 10 seconds which fulfill “In other words, input data must be greater than 2 seconds.”
    So unfortunately I still have the same issues as in my last question.
    My HARK version is 2.2.0

    Zouhair

    in reply to: Sound Source Localization with suppression of constant noise #432
    AvatarZouhair_Ghalfi
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    Thank you for your answer.
    I still get errors trying to perform SSL with suppression of constant noise.
    When I set the NOT_EOF output in AudioStreamFromWave node as a condition as it is shown in HARK cookbook (page 11) I get the error shown in the attached file 1.png

    When I remove the condition output from AudioStreamFromWave node I get the result shown in the file 2.png.but nothing is saved because the output of Equal node it is always 0.

    The network that I’m using to record noise is 3.png
    The network that I’m using to generate the noise files is 4.png
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Zouhair

    in reply to: Sound Source Localization with suppression of constant noise #429
    AvatarZouhair_Ghalfi
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    Thank you very much for your answer!
    But, what do you mean with ARG1? It is the name of my input.wav?

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