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Corrupted Speech Intelligibility Improvement Using Adaptive Filter-Based Algorithm

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A technique for improving the quality of speech signals recorded in strong noise is presented. The proposed algorithm employing adaptive filtration is described and additional possibilities of speech intelligibility improvement are discussed. Results of the tests are presented. The research is subsidized by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education within Grant No. R00-O0005/3.

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