Digit Speech Recognition
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In this article, the writer reviews a 2002 article about an experiment testing digit speech recognition thresholds (SRT) for non-native speakers of English to test their hearing. The writer discusses the criteria upon which SRTs are based.
From the Paper:"Ramkissoon Proctor Lansing and Bilger undertook a study designed to enhance testing of non-English speaking individuals who require a hearing test. They pointed out that an integral component of diagnostic audiology involves measuring the hearing threshold for speech. The speech recognition threshold SRT test is used most commonly for this purpose and while most any materials may be used for SRT ..."
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