presentations

Essex Hearing Research Laboratory

 


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A biologically inspired hearing aid

This presentation was given at Oldenburg University at the Hearing Aid Developers Forum in June 2011.

Oldenburg hearing aid.pdf

Nick Clark

The contribution of peripheral efferent activity to the perception of speech in noise in normal and impaired hearing

Computer modelling is used to assess the benefits of the auditory efferent system when listening to speech in noise using automatic speech recognition

Clark.pdf

Tim Juergens

Time interval representations of a consonant-vowel syllable in computer models of normal and hearing-impaired listeners

A computer model of both normal and impaired hearing is used to evaluate the possibility that speech formants are coded in terms of periodicity

Juergens.pdf

Wendy Lecluyse

Evaluation of a new type of hearing aid

A hearing aid designed on the basis of a model of normal human hearing is described and explained.

Lecluyse.pdf

Ray Meddis

A computer model of the acoustic reflex and medial olivocochlear reflex

A computer model of the auditory periphery incorporating the acoustic reflex and the medial olivo-cochlear efferent system

Meddis.pdf

Christine Tan

Cochlear function in hearing-impaired people with tinnitus

Some people with a hearing impairment have tinnitus, others do not.  Why is this?

CTan tinnitus.pdf

Ray Meddis, Nick Clark, Robert Ferry and Guy Brown

A Computer model of the benefits of auditory efferent feedback

Delmanhorst 2011.pdf

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