Speech processing for electrical stimulation of the auditory nerve
AuthorMiller, J. B.; Tong, Y. C.; Blamey, P. J.; Clark, Graeme M.; Dowell, R. C.; Seligman, P. M.
Source TitleProceedings of the International Conference on Speech Input/Output: techniques and applications
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsMiller, J. B., Tong, Y. C., Blamey, P. J., Clark, G. M., Dowell, R. C., & Seligman, P. M. (1986). Speech processing for electrical stimulation of the auditory nerve. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Speech Input/Output: techniques and applications, London.
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The development of cochlear prostheses which provide hearing .sensation to those previously totally deaf by means of electro-neural stimulation has brought new hope for normal communication to a portion of the deaf community that had previously been beyond help by conventional hearing aids. A cochlear prosthesis provide hearing sensation by exciting nerve fibres in the auditory nerve using small electrical current passed through one or more electrode placed in or around the cochlea. Once this artificial link in the auditory information pathway has been established there still remain considerable challenge in the selection of appropriate coding of information to be transmitted along it. In this paper we consider the design of signal processing necessary for an effective speech perception, prosthesis via the electrical stimulation of the auditory nerve.
Keywordscochlear prostheses; hearing sensation; speech perception; otolaryngology
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