Speech recognition in analog multichannel cochlear prostheses: initial experiments in controlling classifications

@article{White1990SpeechRI,
  title={Speech recognition in analog multichannel cochlear prostheses: initial experiments in controlling classifications},
  author={M W White and M T Ochs and M. M. Merzenich and E. Schubert},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={1990},
  volume={37},
  pages={1002-1010}
}
Computer-synthesized vowels were used to examine methods for controlling and measuring the perceptions elicited during electrical stimulation of the human cochlea. In one experiment, measurements were made of the importance of the second formant (F2) in the identification of vowels, matched for duration, in a single subject with a multichannel cochlear implant. The subject never confused vowels having a low-frequency F2 with those having a high-frequency F2. In another experiment… CONTINUE READING

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