Fei Chen
Fei Chen
Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology
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Signal processing techniques in genomic engineering
XY Zhang, F Chen, YT Zhang, SC Agner, M Akay, ZH Lu, MMY Waye, ...
Proceedings of the IEEE 90 (12), 1822-1833, 2002
922002
Predicting the intelligibility of vocoded speech
F Chen, PC Loizou
Ear and hearing 32 (3), 331, 2011
702011
A deep denoising autoencoder approach to improving the intelligibility of vocoded speech in cochlear implant simulation
YH Lai, F Chen, SS Wang, X Lu, Y Tsao, CH Lee
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 64 (7), 1568-1578, 2016
692016
Assessing the perceptual contributions of vowels and consonants to Mandarin sentence intelligibility
FF Chen, LLN Wong, EYW Wong
692013
Effects of lexical tone contour on Mandarin sentence intelligibility
F Chen, LLN Wong, Y Hu
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2014
632014
Blood pressure estimation using photoplethysmography only: comparison between different machine learning approaches
SG Khalid, J Zhang, F Chen, D Zheng
Journal of healthcare engineering 2018, 2018
512018
Recent development of respiratory rate measurement technologies
H Liu, J Allen, D Zheng, F Chen
Physiological measurement 40 (7), 07TR01, 2019
492019
Predicting the intelligibility of vocoded and wideband Mandarin Chinese
F Chen, PC Loizou
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 129 (5), 3281-3290, 2011
472011
Contributions of cochlea-scaled entropy and consonant-vowel boundaries to prediction of speech intelligibility in noise
F Chen, PC Loizou
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131 (5), 4104-4113, 2012
462012
Tone and sentence perception in young Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants
Y Chen, LLN Wong, F Chen, X Xi
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology 78 (11), 1923-1930, 2014
442014
Predicting the intelligibility of reverberant speech for cochlear implant listeners with a non-intrusive intelligibility measure
F Chen, O Hazrati, PC Loizou
Biomedical signal processing and control 8 (3), 311-314, 2013
442013
Deep learning–based noise reduction approach to improve speech intelligibility for cochlear implant recipients
YH Lai, Y Tsao, X Lu, F Chen, YT Su, KC Chen, YH Chen, LC Chen, ...
Ear and hearing 39 (4), 795-809, 2018
402018
Evaluation of noise reduction methods for sentence recognition by mandarin-speaking cochlear implant listeners
F Chen, Y Hu, M Yuan
Ear and hearing 36 (1), 61-71, 2015
402015
Contribution of consonant landmarks to speech recognition in simulated acoustic-electric hearing
F Chen, PC Loizou
Ear and hearing 31 (2), 259, 2010
302010
A novel temporal fine structure-based speech synthesis model for cochlear implant
F Chen, YT Zhang
Signal Processing 88 (11), 2693-2699, 2008
282008
Impact of SNR and gain-function over-and under-estimation on speech intelligibility
F Chen, PC Loizou
Speech communication 54 (2), 272-281, 2012
272012
Development and validation of a new Mandarin tone identification test
S Zhu, LLN Wong, F Chen
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology 78 (12), 2174-2182, 2014
262014
Analysis of a simplified normalized covariance measure based on binary weighting functions for predicting the intelligibility of noise-suppressed speech
F Chen, PC Loizou
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 128 (6), 3715-3723, 2010
242010
Quantitative comparison of photoplethysmographic waveform characteristics: effect of measurement site
V Hartmann, H Liu, F Chen, Q Qiu, S Hughes, D Zheng
Frontiers in physiology 10, 198, 2019
222019
Effective biopotential signal acquisition: comparison of different shielded drive technologies
Y Jiang, OW Samuel, X Liu, X Wang, PO Idowu, P Li, F Chen, M Zhu, ...
Applied Sciences 8 (2), 276, 2018
212018
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