Comparing Binaural Pre-processing Strategies II

@inproceedings{Baumgrtel2015ComparingBP,
  title={Comparing Binaural Pre-processing Strategies II},
  author={Regina M. Baumg{\"a}rtel and Hongmei Hu and Martin Krawczyk-Becker and Daniel Marquardt and Tobias Herzke and Graham Coleman and Kamil Adiloglu and Katrin Bomke and Karsten Plotz and Timo Gerkmann and Simon Doclo and Birger Kollmeier and Volker Hohmann and Mathias Dietz},
  booktitle={Trends in hearing},
  year={2015}
}
Several binaural audio signal enhancement algorithms were evaluated with respect to their potential to improve speech intelligibility in noise for users of bilateral cochlear implants (CIs). 50% speech reception thresholds (SRT50) were assessed using an adaptive procedure in three distinct, realistic noise scenarios. All scenarios were highly nonstationary, complex, and included a significant amount of reverberation. Other aspects, such as the perfectly frontal target position, were idealized… CONTINUE READING
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