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Vijay Parsa
Vijay Parsa
Associate Professor, National Centre for Audiology, Electrical & Computer Engineering and
Verified email at nca.uwo.ca
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Acoustic discrimination of pathological voice
V Parsa, DG Jamieson
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2001
3762001
Evaluation of nonlinear frequency compression: Clinical outcomes
D Glista, S Scollie, M Bagatto, R Seewald, V Parsa, A Johnson
International journal of audiology 48 (9), 632-644, 2009
2642009
Identification of pathological voices using glottal noise measures
V Parsa, DG Jamieson
Journal of speech, language, and hearing research 43 (2), 469-485, 2000
2372000
Discrimination of pathological voices using a time-frequency approach
K Umapathy, S Krishnan, V Parsa, DG Jamieson
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 52 (3), 421-430, 2005
1782005
Objective quality and intelligibility prediction for users of assistive listening devices: Advantages and limitations of existing tools
TH Falk, V Parsa, JF Santos, K Arehart, O Hazrati, R Huber, JM Kates, ...
IEEE signal processing magazine 32 (2), 114-124, 2015
1322015
A comparison of high precision Fo extraction algorithms for sustained vowels
V Parsa, DG Jamieson
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 42 (1), 112-126, 1999
711999
Nonlinear frequency compression: effects on sound quality ratings of speech and music
V Parsa, S Scollie, D Glista, A Seelisch
Trends in Amplification 17 (1), 54-68, 2013
652013
An exploration of non-quiet listening at school
J Crukley, S Scollie, V Parsa
Journal of Educational Audiology 17 (1), 23-35, 2011
642011
Bayesian model based non-intrusive speech quality evaluation
G Chen, V Parsa
Proceedings.(ICASSP'05). IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech …, 2005
442005
Adaptive stimulus artifact reduction in noncortical somatosensory evoked potential studies
V Parsa, PA Parker, RN Scott
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 45 (2), 165-179, 1998
411998
Evaluation of speech-evoked envelope following responses as an objective aided outcome measure: Effect of stimulus level, bandwidth, and amplification in adults with hearing loss
V Easwar, DW Purcell, SJ Aiken, V Parsa, SD Scollie
Ear and Hearing 36 (6), 635-652, 2015
382015
Effects of microphone type on acoustic measures of voice
V Parsa, DG Jamieson, BR Pretty
Journal of Voice 15 (3), 331-343, 2001
382001
Multireference adaptive noise cancellation applied to somatosensory evoked potentials
V Parsa, PA Parker
IEEE transactions on Biomedical engineering 41 (8), 792-800, 1994
371994
Evaluation of speech intelligibility and sound localization abilities with hearing aids using binaural wireless technology
I Ibrahim, V Parsa, E Macpherson, M Cheesman
Audiology Research 3 (1), e1, 2013
362013
Effect of stimulus level and bandwidth on speech-evoked envelope following responses in adults with normal hearing
V Easwar, DW Purcell, SJ Aiken, V Parsa, SD Scollie
Ear and Hearing 36 (6), 619-634, 2015
322015
HMM-based frequency bandwidth extension for speech enhancement using line spectral frequencies
G Chen, V Parsa
2004 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 2004
312004
Fitting frequency-lowering signal processing applying the American Academy of Audiology Pediatric Amplification Guideline: Updates and protocols
S Scollie, D Glista, J Seto, A Dunn, B Schuett, M Hawkins, N Pourmand, ...
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 27 (03), 219-236, 2016
292016
Output-based speech quality evaluation by measuring perceptual spectral density distribution
G Chen, V Parsa
Electronics Letters 40 (12), 1, 2004
272004
Acoustical aspects of vocal function following radiotherapy for early T1a laryngeal cancer
HA Leeper, V Parsa, DG Jamieson, H Heeneman
Journal of Voice 16 (2), 289-302, 2002
262002
Performance analysis of a crosstalk resistant adaptive noise canceller
V Parsa, PA Parker, RN Scott
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Analog and Digital Signal …, 1996
261996
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