Relation Between Compression Speed and Childrens Ability to Process Linguistic Information

Project: Research project

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Description

Relation Between Compression Speed and Childrens Ability to Process Linguistic Information Relation Between Compression Speed and Children?s Ability to Process Linguistic Information This proposal describes a small-scale study examining the potential impact of compression speed (fast, slow, adaptive) on the linguistic processing of children with HL. The project will require 6 months of work and should satisfy your request to have a small project completed in 2012. Note that this approach was designed from the perceptive of a childs listening needs and the challenges of complex environments. Thus, all compression conditions will be evaluated with equal rigor. The proposed compression parameters are: 1) fast attack and release, 2) fast attack and slow release, and 3) adaptive release. Adaptive release would be represented by Oticons linear floating gain.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date6/1/126/30/13

Funding

  • INDUSTRY: Foreign Company: $63,500.00

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