S. O. Anderson

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~While-least-cost~ error correction is fundamentally important to context-free language processing, it is inefficient w'Qhemdone globally. A locally least-cost repair method has been devised to model error recovery in conventional-~o-mpile]ts. The principles of this recovery technique have inspired a practical LL(1) method and should be of value m(More)
BACKGROUND There is a paucity of published studies examining how children with hearing loss understand speech over the telephone. Previous studies on adults with hearing aids have suggested that adults with bilateral hearing aids experience significant difficulty recognizing speech on the telephone when listening with one ear, but the provision of telephone(More)
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