Speech processing for cochlear implants
AuthorTong, Y. C.; Millar, J. B.; Blamey, P. J.; Clark, Graeme M.; Dowell, R. C.; Patrick, J. F.; Seligman, P. M.
Source TitleAdvances in Speech, Hearing and Language Processing
PublisherJAI Press Ltd
University of Melbourne Author/sClark, Graeme; Blamey, Peter; Dowell, Richard; Seligman, Peter; Patrick, James
Document TypeBook Chapter
CitationsMillar, J. B., Blamey, P. J., Clark, G. M., Dowell, R. C., Patrick, J. F., Seligman, P. M., et al. (1992). Speech processing for cochlear implants. In W. A. Ainsworth (Ed.), Advances in Speech, Hearing and Language Processing (pp. 217-251). London: JAI Press Ltd.
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The cochlear implant is a hearing prosthesis designed to replace the function of the ear. The operation of the prosthesis can be described as a sequence of four functions: the processing of the acoustic signal received by a microphone; the transfer of the processed signal through the skin; the creation of neural activity in the auditory nerve; and the integration of the experience of this neural activity into the perceptual and cognitive processing of the implantee.
Keywordselectrical stimulation; speech perception; cochlear implant; speech processing
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