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Comparing the effects of reverberation and of noise on speech recognition in simulated electric-acoustic listening
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10.1121/1.3664101
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Schematic showing the relative positions of the sound source and the receiver in a reverberant room (4.59 m × 6.64 m × 2.6 m). Source: 1.43 m × 6.25 m × 1.3 m; 0° azimuth from the center of the receiver. Receiver: 2.8 m × 2.5 m × 1.3 m.

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Mean percent correct speech intelligibility as a function of reverberation time for a background of (a) reverberation and (b) reverberated noise. Diamonds represent broadband stimuli; filled triangles represent vocoder plus 500-Hz low-pass filtered speech; squares represent vocoder; unfilled triangles represent 500-Hz low-pass filtered speech. Error bars represent ±1 standard error.

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2012-01-13
2014-04-24
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Scitation: Comparing the effects of reverberation and of noise on speech recognition in simulated electric-acoustic listening
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