T. G. Thomas

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We make a case for 'synthetic clear speech' in the context of the persons with hearing impairment. We study the acoustic attributes of 'clear speech' that enable us to understand their importance in speech perception. Our perception experiments are motivated by the growing body of research emphasizing the significance of clear speech, as opposed to(More)
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