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Method to Improve Speech Intelligibility in Different Noise Conditions
Mobile communication applications have to address various environmental noise situations. In order to improve the quality of voice communication, not only an effective noise reduction algorithm for the far-end user is wanted, but also an algorithm that helps improve intelligibility for the near-end user in different environmental noise situations is desired. Due to it, the goal of this work is to improve the overall voice communication experience of mobile device users by introducing a method to improve intelligibility by increasing perceptual loudness of the received speech signal in accordance with the environmental noise. Please note that, due to the characteristics of the mobile devices application, a method capable of working in real time with low computational complexity is highly desired.
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