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Acoustic Personalization of Mobile Phones
Every user of the mobile phones has different hearing requirements. The individual's hearing requirements change over a period of time based on the prolonged exposure to background noise, age related factors, hearing related illness etc. This paper proposes the personalization of the mobile phones based on the hearing requirements of an individual for improving speech quality. There exist several techniques to accurately assess the hearing requirements of cellular phones users. We present the use of fuzzy logic to improve the speech quality based on the assessed hearing data. The mobile phone if personalized by designing the fuzzy rule base to suit the user's requirement.
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