Multi-microphone adaptive noise reduction strategies for coordinated stimulation in bilateral cochlear implant devices.

@article{Kokkinakis2010MultimicrophoneAN,
  title={Multi-microphone adaptive noise reduction strategies for coordinated stimulation in bilateral cochlear implant devices.},
  author={Kostas Kokkinakis and Philipos C. Loizou},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2010},
  volume={127 5},
  pages={3136-44}
}
Bilateral cochlear implant (BI-CI) recipients achieve high word recognition scores in quiet listening conditions. Still, there is a substantial drop in speech recognition performance when there is reverberation and more than one interferers. BI-CI users utilize information from just two directional microphones placed on opposite sides of the head in a so-called independent stimulation mode. To enhance the ability of BI-CI users to communicate in noise, the use of two computationally inexpensive… CONTINUE READING
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