About This Project
Accurate reproduction of acoustic environments is important in hearing-aid research. Researchers have created special digital filters to achieve 3D localization for hearing-aids. However, there are two major issues that are not addressed using these filters: 1) hearing aids do not address the “cocktail party effect” problem, and 2) these filters are anatomically dependent and, hence, are known to cause localization errors. It is proposed to investigate techniques to address these problems.
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