Oticon University Program - Quarterly Student Lecture Series: Signal Processing for Speech

Course: #36178Level: Introductory 1.5 Hours
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The speech signal is a highly complex, dynamic signal. Many traditional signal processing approaches treat speech as if it were a singular, static input. When competition is also present, being able to process it in a way that allows the listener with hearing loss to benefit the most can be a challenge. In this seminar, we will examine the factors that can affect the patient’s ability to perform optimally.

Course created on November 17, 2021

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