speech intelligibility


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speech intelligibility

[′spēch in‚tel·ə·jə′bil·əd·ē]
(communications)
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Those gains in speech intelligibility could also be predicted based on the accuracy with which those individuals played the game.
Therefore, the objective of this study was to compare the perceptual judgment by speech pathologists and non-professionals in terms of speech intelligibility of children with speech sound disorders, and verify the consistency of this judgment and the severity of speech sound disorder.
Criterion validity of speech intelligibility rating-scale procedures for the hearing-impaired population.
As PESQ has a higher correlation with speech intelligibility than segmental SNR, we assumed -5 dB to be the best threshold for SMPO-Wiener and SMPO-MMSE methods and used it in further experiments.
We will then be able to resynthesize sound in hearing aids with reduced noise, but with quality intact, to enhance speech intelligibility.
More specifically, Micon introduces three innovations for better speech intelligibility and a high level of sound comfort at the same time: * MiSound: Thanks to flexible adjustment formulae and the expanded bandwidth, a particularly pleasing sound is made possible.
Effects of a music therapy voice protocol on speech intelligibility, vocal acoustic measures, and mood of individuals with Parkinson's disease.
However, it is not clear that it is an acoustic attribute that directly affects speech intelligibility.
5-1997 (R2007), Methods for the Calculation of the Speech Intelligibility Index.
BC6145 delivers improved speech intelligibility, enabling headset users to more clearly understand speech in the presence of background noise.
Sperian said that this award is a result of its emphasis on developing respiratory products that enhance speech intelligibility when worn by healthcare workers.
It has been shown that speech intelligibility is dramatically reduced by higher levels of background noise, particularly for young listeners (Elliott 1979; Bradley and Sato 2008).

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