The effect of multimicrophone noise reduction systems on sound source localization by users of binaural hearing aids.

@article{Bogaert2008TheEO,
  title={The effect of multimicrophone noise reduction systems on sound source localization by users of binaural hearing aids.},
  author={Tim van den Bogaert and Simon Doclo and Jan Wouters and Marc Moonen},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2008},
  volume={124 1},
  pages={
          484-97
        }
}
This paper evaluates the influence of three multimicrophone noise reduction algorithms on the ability to localize sound sources. Two recently developed noise reduction techniques for binaural hearing aids were evaluated, namely, the binaural multichannel Wiener filter (MWF) and the binaural multichannel Wiener filter with partial noise estimate (MWF-N), together with a dual-monaural adaptive directional microphone (ADM), which is a widely used noise reduction approach in commercial hearing aids… CONTINUE READING

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