Waldo Nogueira
Waldo Nogueira
Jun.Prof.Dr.-Ing, Hannover Medical School
Verified email at upf.edu
TitleCited byYear
A psychoacoustic NofM-type speech coding strategy for cochlear implants
W Nogueira, A Büchner, T Lenarz, B Edler
EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing 2005, 3044-3059, 2005
952005
Current steering and results from novel speech coding strategies
A Buechner, M Brendel, B Krüeger, C Frohne-Büchner, W Nogueira, ...
Otology & Neurotology 29 (2), 203-207, 2008
462008
Recurrence quantification analysis features for auditory scene classification
G Roma, W Nogueira, P Herrera, R de Boronat
IEEE AASP challenge on detection and classification of acoustic scenes and …, 2013
452013
Signal processing strategies for cochlear implants using current steering
W Nogueira, L Litvak, B Edler, J Ostermann, A Büchner
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2009, 15, 2009
372009
Recurrence quantification analysis features for environmental sound recognition
G Roma, W Nogueira, P Herrera
2013 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and …, 2013
352013
Wavelet packet filterbank for speech processing strategies in cochlear implants
W Nogueira, A Giese, B Edler, A Buchner
2006 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing …, 2006
282006
Results from a psychoacoustic model-based strategy for the nucleus-24 and freedom cochlear implants
A Büchner, W Nogueira, B Edler, RD Battmer, T Lenarz
Otology & Neurotology 29 (2), 189-192, 2008
242008
Sound scene identification based on MFCC, binaural features and a support vector machine classifier
W Nogueira, G Roma, P Herrera
IEEE AASP Challenge on Detection and Classification of Acoustic Scenes and …, 2013
212013
Automatic event classification using front end single channel noise reduction, MFCC features and a support vector machine classifier
W Nogueira, G Roma, P Herrera
IEEE AASP Challenge on Detection and Classification of Acoustic Scenes and …, 2013
202013
Remixing music using source separation algorithms to improve the musical experience of cochlear implant users
J Pons, J Janer, T Rode, W Nogueira
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 (6), 4338-4349, 2016
152016
Design and evaluation of a cochlear implant strategy based on a “Phantom” channel
W Nogueira, LM Litvak, AA Saoji, A Büchner
PloS one 10 (3), e0120148, 2015
152015
An auditory model based strategy for cochlear implants
W Nogueira, A Katai, T Harczos, F Klefenz, A Buechner, B Edler
2007 29th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2007
132007
Spectral contrast enhancement improves speech intelligibility in noise for cochlear implants
W Nogueira, T Rode, A Büchner
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (2), 728-739, 2016
112016
Validation of a cochlear implant patient-specific model of the voltage distribution in a clinical setting
W Nogueira, D Schurzig, A Büchner, RT Penninger, W Würfel
Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology 4, 84, 2016
102016
Loudness and pitch perception using dynamically compensated virtual channels
W Nogueira, LM Litvak, DM Landsberger, A Büchner
Hearing research 344, 223-234, 2017
92017
Cochlear implant, device for generating a control signal for a cochlear implant, device for generating a combination signal and combination signal and corresponding methods
B Edler, A Buechner, W Nogueira, F Klefenz
US Patent App. 12/067,222, 2009
82009
Evaluation of a transient noise reduction algorithm in cochlear implant users
KH Dyballa, P Hehrmann, V Hamacher, W Nogueira, T Lenarz, A Büchner
Audiology research 5 (2), 2015
72015
Development of a sound coding strategy based on a deep recurrent neural network for monaural source separation in cochlear implants
W Nogueira, T Gajecki, B Krüger, J Janer, A Büchner
Speech Communication; 12. ITG Symposium, 1-5, 2016
62016
Design and Evaluation of Signal Processing Strategies for Cochlear Implants based on Psychoacoustic Masking and Current Steering
W Nogueira
PhD dissertation, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science …, 2008
62008
Adding simultaneous stimulating channels to reduce power consumption in cochlear implants
F Langner, AA Saoji, A Büchner, W Nogueira
Hearing research 345, 96-107, 2017
52017
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