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Morten N|rjordet mortenn at stud.unit.no
Fri May 5 04:12:34 EST 1995

In article <3o6koh$1gc at utdallas.edu>, dybala at utdallas.edu writes:
|> the firing of all the electrodes, etc).  The signal that is picked up 
|> by a post aricular microphone is sent to a speech processor which codes 
|> the information based on a coding strategy and sends the signal to the
|> cochlear inplant whose active electrodes "fire" accordingly and stimulate 
|> the nerve.   The coding strategies get to be fairly complex and I do not 
|> understand them fully, some are based on F0 F1 F2 F3, bands, etc. if you
|> want
|> more info on coding strategies it would be best to hear from an audiologist
|> on a cochlear implant team or from  manufacturers who make the implants.

Does anyone know something more about this speech processing and coding strategy
(or know where I can
find some litterture on it) ????? I hope I can get this VERY soon!!!!

Thank you!

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