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Effects of voicing in the recognition of concurrent syllablesa)
a)Portions of this work were presented at the 153rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Salt Lake City, UT, 2007.
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Recognition scores as a function of (1) SNR (top panels) and (2) SII (bottom panels). The left panels (A#) show syllable recognition, the middle panels (B#) show consonant recognition, and the right panels (C#) show vowel recognition. The black lines show performance for voiced target syllables and the dark gray lines show performance for whispered-target syllables. The solid lines are for voiced distracters and the dashed lines are for whispered distracters. In the bottom panels, the thick light gray curve shows predicted recognition according to the transformation by Sherbecoe and Studebaker (1990). See text for details.

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The prediction mismatch for (A#) syllable, (B#) consonant, and (C#) vowel recognition scores in RAU. The top panels show (1) the interactions of vocal characteristics with SNR, and the bottom panels show (2) the interaction between target voicing and distracter voicing. The black lines and hatching are for the voiced target syllables and gray is for the whispered-target syllables. Solid lines and hatching are for voiced-distracter syllables and dashed lines and hatching are for whispered-distracter syllables.


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Scitation: Effects of voicing in the recognition of concurrent syllablesa)