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Improvements in speech perception with an experimental nonlinear frequency compression hearing device
The performance of an experimental frequency compression hearing device was evaluated using tests of speech understanding in quiet. The device compressed frequencies above a programmable cut-off,Expand
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Frequency-compression outcomes in listeners with steeply sloping audiograms
Previous investigation of an experimental, wearable frequency-compression hearing aid revealed improvements in speech perception for a group of listeners with moderately sloping audiograms (SimpsonExpand
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Clinical Evaluation of Signal-to-Noise Ratio–Based Noise Reduction in Nucleus® Cochlear Implant Recipients
We investigate whether a real-time noise reduction algorithm provided speech perception benefit for Cochlear Nucleus® cochlear implant recipients in the laboratory. Expand
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Perceptually optimized gain function for cochlear implant signal-to-noise ratio based noise reduction.
A psychoacoustically motivated CI gain function for CI noise reduction with a range of gain functions is proposed. Expand
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Combining Directional Microphone and Single-Channel Noise Reduction Algorithms: A Clinical Evaluation in Difficult Listening Conditions With Cochlear Implant Users
A noise reduction algorithm based on signal to noise ratio estimation was evaluated in combination with several directional microphone algorithms available in the CochlearTM CP810 sound processor. Expand
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An Adaptive Australian Sentence Test in Noise (AuSTIN)
A new adaptive speech reception threshold test using Bamford-Kowal-Bench sentences in the presence of competing four-talker babble . Expand
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Perceptual effect of reverberation on multi-microphone noise reduction for cochlear implants
The combination of noise and reverberation make listening conditions difficult for cochlear implant (CI) users. Expand
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A beamformer post-filter for cochlear implant noise reduction.
We present a multi-microphone noise reduction algorithm that uses spatial filtering to estimate the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and attenuates time-frequency elements that have poor SNR. Expand
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A Wavelet-Based Noise Reduction Algorithm and Its Clinical Evaluation in Cochlear Implants
We propose a noise reduction algorithm for CI sound processing based on the wavelet transform for speech perception in noisy listening environments. Expand
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Algorithms to improve listening in noise for cochlear implant users
A two-microphone noise reduction algorithm that aims to improve directional beamformer performance for cochlear implant (CI) users is presented. Expand
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