Investigating the Efficacy of the Automatic Classifier AutoSense Sky OS for Children with Cochlear Implants in a Virtual Reality Classroom and other Complex Acoustic Environments

A new listening test in a virtual reality classroom measured speech intelligibility from the front and sound detection from other directions to evaluate the efficacy of automatically switching to directional microphone mode by AutoSense Sky OS in children with cochlear implants.

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Simulation of unilateral and bilateral cochlear implant for speech recognition in spatialized noise

Effect of unilateral and bilateral cochlear implants on speech recognition performance in spatialized noise can be simulated using a channel vocoder with dense tonal carriers.

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