Representation of speech signals in the disordered peripheral auditory system

D.G. Jamieson, M.F. Cheesman, S. Krol


The obvious limits on invasive, physiological research with human subjects restrict study of the representation of sounds in the disordered auditory system to two approaches. First, psychophysical techniques can be used to measure the response of the human auditory system to speech. Second, computational models can be used to simulate speech processing in the human peripheral auditory system. The authors have applied both approaches, using identical stimuli


hearing; speech intelligibility; speech signal representation; disordered peripheral auditory system; psychophysical techniques; human auditory system; speech; speech processing

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