A novel approach to detect cochlear hearing loss

H. Dietl, S. Weiss

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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to evaluate the application of time-frequency (TF) transforms and support vector machines (SVM) to transient evoked otoacoustic
emissions (TEOAE) in order to achieve a detection of frequency-specific hearing loss. We introduce a system to determine detection rates between groups of persons with normal hearing, high frequency hearing loss, and pantonal hearing loss. The validity and use of our approach is verified on a different patient group.

Conference

Conference6th International Conference on Mathematics in Signal Processing
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityCirencester
Period14/12/0416/12/04

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Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Hearing Loss
High-Frequency Hearing Loss
Hearing
Support Vector Machine

Keywords

  • novel approach
  • detect
  • cochlear hearing loss
  • time-frequency
  • support vector machines
  • transient evoked otoacoustic

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Dietl, H., & Weiss, S. (2004). A novel approach to detect cochlear hearing loss. Paper presented at 6th International Conference on Mathematics in Signal Processing, Cirencester, United Kingdom.
Dietl, H. ; Weiss, S. / A novel approach to detect cochlear hearing loss. Paper presented at 6th International Conference on Mathematics in Signal Processing, Cirencester, United Kingdom.4 p.
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2004. Paper presented at 6th International Conference on Mathematics in Signal Processing, Cirencester, United Kingdom.

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