Maximizing audibility and speech recognition with nonlinear frequency compression by estimating audible bandwidth.

@article{McCreery2013MaximizingAA,
  title={Maximizing audibility and speech recognition with nonlinear frequency compression by estimating audible bandwidth.},
  author={Ryan W McCreery and Marc Brennan and Brenda Hoover and Judy G. Kopun and Patricia G. Stelmachowicz},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 2},
  pages={e24-7}
}
OBJECTIVE Nonlinear frequency compression attempts to restore high-frequency audibility by lowering high-frequency input signals. Methods of determining the optimal parameters that maximize speech understanding have not been evaluated. The effect of maximizing the audible bandwidth on speech recognition for a group of listeners with normal hearing is described. DESIGN Nonword recognition was measured with 20 normal-hearing adults. Three audiograms with different high-frequency thresholds were… CONTINUE READING

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