Individual Variability in Recognition of Frequency-Lowered Speech

@inproceedings{Alexander2013IndividualVI,
  title={Individual Variability in Recognition of Frequency-Lowered Speech},
  author={Joshua M. Alexander},
  year={2013}
}
Frequency lowering in hearing aids is not a new concept, but modern advances in technology have allowed it to be performed more efficiently and on select portions of the spectrum. Nonlinear frequency compression reduces the frequency spacing in a band of high-frequency energy so that more information is carried in the audible bandwidth. Frequency transposition and translation techniques lower only the part of the high-frequency spectrum that likely contains important speech information. These… CONTINUE READING
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