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A New Approach to Compensate Degeneration of Hearing Intelligibility for Elderly Listeners
This paper presents a portable real-time speech-rate conversion system for compensating degeneration of hearing intelligibility of elderly listeners who find it hard to catch speech if uttered rapidly. This system enables an elderly user to convert the speech rate desired in real time, with invariance in pitch as well as small impairments in quality.
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