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Progress report from Phonetics & Linguistics, UCL

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Announcing the Web site of Speech Hearing and Language: Work in Progress,
Volume 10. These papers reflect current research in the fields of Speech
Sciences, Hearing and Phonetics, at the Department of Phonetics and
Linguistics, UCL.  Hard copy also available. The site (beginning at
http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/shl10/contents) contains the full text of the
following papers:

Perceptual adaptation by normal listeners to upward shifts of spectral
information in speech and its relevance for users of cochlear implants
Stuart Rosen, Andrew Faulkner and Lucy Wilkinson

Speech perception using the UCLID CIS cochlear implant speech processor
Andrew Faulkner, John R. Walliker, Stuart Rosen, Harriet Lang and Julian

Current generators for the UCLID cochlear implant speech processor
Julian Daley and John R. Walliker

A bone-anchored percutaneous connector system for use in cochlear
Mark Downing, Ulf Johansson, Lennart Carlsson and John R. Walliker

Performance of a real-time multi-layer perceptron algorithm for the
extraction of voicing and voice fundamental frequency information
Andrew Faulkner and Jianing Wei

The discrimination of the bandwidth of noises by normal-hearing and
severe-to-profoundly hearing-impaired listeners
Deborah A. Vickers and Andrew Faulkner

Enhancing the intelligibility of natural VCV stimuli: speaker effects
Andrew Simpson and Valerie Hazan

The effect of cue-enhancement on consonant perception by non-native
listeners:  preliminary results
Valerie Hazan and Andrew Simpson

A syntactic pattern recognition method for the automatic location of
potential enhancement regions in running speech
Mark Huckvale

Human consonant recognition for initial and final segments of vocal
Roel Smits

Spatial relationships in fricative perception
Won Choo and Mark Huckvale

Laryngographic assessment of voice changes with altered hydration status
Julia Selby and Ginny Wilson

Non-invasive monitoring of reflexive swallowing
Helen Firmin, Sheena Reilly and Adrian Fourcin

Speech and nonspeech auditory abilities in two children with disordered
Stuart Rosen, Heather van der Lely and Susan Dry


Stuart Rosen, Ph.D.
Professor of Speech and Hearing Science
Department of Phonetics & Linguistics
University College London
4 Stephenson Way
London NW1 2HE

Tel: (44 171) 380-7404
Fax: (44 171) 383-0752


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