Tobias Goehring
Tobias Goehring
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge, UK
Verified email at mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Speech enhancement based on neural networks improves speech intelligibility in noise for cochlear implant users
T Goehring, F Bolner, JJM Monaghan, B van Dijk, A Zarowski, S Bleeck
Hearing research 344, 183-194, 2017
442017
Speech enhancement based on neural networks applied to cochlear implant coding strategies
F Bolner, T Goehring, J Monaghan, B Van Dijk, J Wouters, S Bleeck
2016 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2016
142016
Auditory inspired machine learning techniques can improve speech intelligibility and quality for hearing-impaired listeners
JJM Monaghan, T Goehring, X Yang, F Bolner, S Wang, MCM Wright, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 141 (3), 1985-1998, 2017
102017
Speech enhancement for hearing-impaired listeners using deep neural networks with auditory-model based features
T Goehring, X Yang, JJM Monaghan, S Bleeck
2016 24th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), 2300-2304, 2016
62016
Vibro-tactile enhancement of speech intelligibility in multi-talker noise for simulated cochlear implant listening
MD Fletcher, SR Mills, T Goehring
Trends in hearing 22, 2331216518797838, 2018
52018
Tolerable delay for speech production and perception: effects of hearing ability and experience with hearing aids
T Goehring, JL Chapman, S Bleeck, JJM Monaghan*
International journal of audiology 57 (1), 61-68, 2018
32018
Use of a deep recurrent neural network to reduce wind noise: Effects on judged speech intelligibility and sound quality
M Keshavarzi, T Goehring, J Zakis, RE Turner, BCJ Moore
Trends in hearing 22, 2331216518770964, 2018
22018
Effect of a Channel-Selection Strategy based on Polarity Sensitivity on Speech Perception by Cochlear Implant Users
T Goehring, J Arenberg, J Deeks, R Carlyon
ARO MidWinter Meeting, San Diego, US, February, 2018, 2018
22018
Comparison of effects on subjective intelligibility and quality of speech in babble for two algorithms: A deep recurrent neural network and spectral subtraction
M Keshavarzi, T Goehring, RE Turner, BCJ Moore
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 145 (3), 1493-1503, 2019
12019
A Site-Selection Strategy based on Polarity Sensitivity for Cochlear Implants: Effects on Spectro-Temporal Resolution and Speech Perception
T Goehring, A Archer-Boyd, JM Deeks, JG Arenberg, RP Carlyon
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 1-18, 2019
12019
Neural network based speech enhancement applied to cochlear implant coding strategies
T Goehring, F Bolner, JJM Monaghan, B van Dijk, J Wouters, M Moonen, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 138 (3), 1833-1833, 2015
12015
Spectral Blurring in Cochlear Implants: Association with Channel Interaction and Effects on Speech-in-Noise Perception
T Goehring, JG Arenberg, RP Carlyon
ICA International Congress on Acoustics, Aachen, Germany 23 (23rd …, 2019
2019
Electro-haptic enhancement of speech-in-noise performance in cochlear implant users
MD Fletcher, A Hadeedi, T Goehring, SR Mills
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
2019
A coding strategy to remove temporally masked pulses and its effect on speech perception in cochlear implant users
W Lamping, T Goehring, AA Kressner, J Marozeau, RP Carlyon
Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses, Lake Tahoe, US, 2019
2019
Speech enhancement based on recurrent neural networks for cochlear implants: environment-optimized algorithm applied to novel acoustic conditions
M Keshavarzi, RP Carlyon, BCJ Moore, T Goehring
Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses, Lake Tahoe, US, 2019
2019
Estimating neural survival using a new version of the panoramic ecap method
T Goehring, C Garcia, S Cosentino, R Turner, JM Deeks, T Rughooputh, ...
Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses, Lake Tahoe, US, 2019
2019
Evaluating the effect of increased spread of excitation on speech-in-noise perception by cochlear implant listeners
T Goehring, JG Arenberg, RP Carlyon
Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses, Lake Tahoe, US, 2019
2019
Using recurrent neural networks to improve the perception of speech in non-stationary noise by people with cochlear implants
T Goehring, M Keshavarzi, RP Carlyon, BCJ Moore
PsyArXiv, 2019
2019
Electro-haptic hearing: Speech-in-noise performance in cochlear implant users is enhanced by tactile stimulation of the wrists
MD Fletcher, A Hadeedi, T Goehring, SR Mills
PsyArXiv, 2019
2019
Using tactile stimulation to improve speech-in-noise performance in cochlear implant users
M Fletcher, A Hadeedi, T Goehring, S Mills
British Society of Audiology, 2018
2018
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