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Just Formal Enough? Automated Analysis of EARS Requirements [chapter]

Levi Lúcio, Salman Rahman, Chih-Hong Cheng, Alistair Mavin
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This information can be used to examine the specified behavior and to iteratively correct, improve or complete a set of EARS-CTRL requirements.  ...  EARS is a technique used by Rolls-Royce and many other organizations around the world to capture requirements in natural language in a precise manner.  ...  EARS (Easy Approach to Requirements Syntax) is an approach created at Rolls-Royce to capture requirements in natural language [17] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-57288-8_31 fatcat:27ydaan4uvhltbpxymo6kh4rui

Inner Ear [chapter]

Andreas Arnold, Wolfgang Arnold, Roberto Bovo, Uwe Ganzer, Karl-Friedrich Hamann, Salvatore Iurato, Jan Kiefer, Kerstin Lamm, Walter Livi, Alessandro Martini, Gerard M. O'Donoghue
2010 Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery  
In these cases, brainstem implants may be an alternative approach.  ...  A pulsatile tinnitus due to intracranial hypertension • may require neurosurgery in selected cases.  ...  In many cases digital hearing aids with custom-made ear moulds can be recommended and when possible cochlear implants.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-68940-9_6 fatcat:7wpnruuxpjb5dl7j5fhm6c3ple

Communicating printed headings to the ear

Robert F. Lorch, Hung-Tao Chen, Aqeel A. Jawahir, Julie Lemarié
2015 Ergonomics  
Communicating Printed Headings to the Ear Text-to-speech (TTS) applications communicate continuous prose very intelligibly, but they are less successful at communicating other representational formats.  ...  Namely, it should be relatively easy to find an auditory means of effectively communicating relevant formatting information (e.g., change of typeface or font) associated with signaling devices (Lorch,  ...  Adding a tone before each heading and a label with a regular, simple syntax would be easy to automate. However, there is still a question to be resolved with respect to this approach.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00140139.2015.1076058 pmid:27267653 fatcat:qokvhekh4bby5jojs5n3oykbdy

Unification of sentence processing via ear and eye: An fMRI study

David Braze, W. Einar Mencl, Whitney Tabor, Kenneth R. Pugh, R. Todd Constable, Robert K. Fulbright, James S. Magnuson, Julie A. Van Dyke, Donald P. Shankweiler
2011 Cortex  
The anomaly-sensitive sites correspond approximately to those that previous studies (Michael et al., 2001; Constable et al., 2004) have found to be sensitive to other differences in sentence complexity  ...  Working with sentence material, our aim was to find out where the putative supramodal system is located and how it responds to comprehension challenges.  ...  We are also grateful to two anonymous reviewers for suggestions that improved this paper substantially.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2009.11.005 pmid:20117764 pmcid:PMC2889140 fatcat:dyyhfd23ifbo3llrwapyv2amte

A Foreign Sound to Your Ear

Steven Rings
2013 Music Theory Online  
Finally, the paper illustrates that a close, analytical attentiveness to the sonic particulars of Dylan's live performances can open our ears to the cacophony of musical pasts that animate his music making  ...  as they might at first appear, especially when approached with a strategic and flexible methodological pluralism.  ...  A foreign sound to your ear."  ... 
doi:10.30535/mto.19.4.3 fatcat:7gaisjh2r5ghbllorszenl2rim

TWO!EARS Deliverable D4.1 - Feedback-loop selection and listing (WP4: Active listening, feedback loops & integration of cross-modal information; FP7-ICT-2013-C TWO!EARS FET-Open Project 618075)

Jens Blauert, Thomas Walther
2019 Zenodo  
Also, multi-modal approaches have been reviewed and evaluated with regard to their value for Two!Ears. Her [...]  ...  Ears is going to challenge current thinking in auditory modeling by replacing common paradigms in this field with a systemic approach, whereby human listeners are regarded as multi-modal agents that develop  ...  Also, multi-modal approaches have been reviewed and evaluated with regard to their value for Two!Ears.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2595244 fatcat:3oocvxholvgr3ecgubmq3uwxqa

Language Structures Used by Kindergartners With Cochlear Implants

Susan Nittrouer, Emily Sansom, Keri Low, Caitlin Rice, Amanda Caldwell-Tarr
2014 Ear and Hearing  
When it comes to children with congenital hearing loss severe enough to warrant cochlear implants (CIs), the question arises of whether these children can acquire the language knowledge needed to aid speech  ...  Specifically there were three goals: (1) to compare the language structures used by children with CIs to those of children with normal hearing (NH); (2) to assess the amount of variance in the language  ...  The question of how to approach rehabilitation with children is more complicated.  ... 
doi:10.1097/aud.0000000000000051 pmid:24992492 pmcid:PMC4142107 fatcat:ov6i4kejovadra2kcxanwoafp4

Current State of Knowledge: Language and Literacy of Children with Hearing Impairment

Mary Pat Moeller, J Bruce Tomblin, Christine Yoshinaga-Itano, Carol McDonald Connor, Susan Jerger
2007 Ear and Hearing  
Included in the language development review are studies of semantics (vocabulary, novel word learning, and conceptual categories), morphology, and syntax.  ...  (Ear & Hearing 2007;28;740-753) Over the past decade, universal newborn hearing screening programs and advancements in sensory devices have improved the prospects for children with all degrees of hearing  ...  Texas at Dallas, and grant P50 DC00242 to the University of Iowa.  ... 
doi:10.1097/aud.0b013e318157f07f pmid:17982362 fatcat:67md3pysdjhuffhnxdc324cog4

An Ear And Eye For Language: Mechanisms Underlying Second Language Word Learning

Marie-Josée Bisson, Anuenue Kukona, Angelos Lengeris
2021 Bilingualism: Language and Cognition  
To become fluent in a second language, learners need to acquire a large vocabulary.  ...  However, the cognitive and affective mechanisms that support word learning, particularly among second language learners, are only beginning to be understood.  ...  Vocabulary learning alone is no easy task: in order to understand authentic FL material (e.g., newspapers), it is estimated that learners need to know approximately 35 000 words (Schmitt, 2010) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1366728920000723 fatcat:czjild6vrzb5hjuvzvc4i6sg3q

Factors in the Development of a Training Program for Use with Tactile Devices

Karyn L. Galvin, Robert S.C. Cowan, Julia Z. Sarant, Peter J. Blarney, Graeme M. Clark
1993 Ear and Hearing  
The training program used with the University of Melbourne's multiplechannel elee trotactile device is presented to show how these important factors may be addressed, to indicate the flexibility required  ...  , the characteristics of the potential user population, the specific device to be used and the type of information it provides, and the evaluation procedures to be followed.  ...  W e would also like to thank three reviewers for their comments, which helped t o clarify the article and its aims  ... 
doi:10.1097/00003446-199304000-00007 fatcat:5j7leoxn7bbjlke5tqujmnfz5e

Scientist and data architect collaborate to curate and archive an inner ear electrophysiology data collection

Brenda Farrell, Jason Bengtson, Robert Hoehndorf
2019 PLoS ONE  
We discuss the impediments to producing such data collections for public use, and the tools and processes required for effective implementation.  ...  The data collections, scripts, and ontological OWL file (OBI based Inner Ear Electrophysiology (OBI_IEE)) are deposited in three repositories.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Anita Bandrowski, Barbara Jones, Elena Pourmal, Jeffrey Teeters, Randi Vita, and all of the developers of The Ontology for Biomedical Investigations for their contributions to  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0223984 pmid:31626635 pmcid:PMC6799921 fatcat:jp42y5qz4vhl5m4v64wx3i6ura

The hearing ear is always found close to the speaking tongue : Review of the role of the motor system in speech perception

Jeremy I. Skipper, Joseph T. Devlin, Daniel R. Lametti
2017 Brain and Language  
acoustic patterns as listening context requires.  ...  The quantitative review employed region and network based neuroimaging meta-analyses and a novel text mining method to describe relative contributions of nodes in distributed brain networks.  ...  Acknowledgments JIS would like to also acknowledge EPSRC EP/M026965/1, ''New pathways to hearing: A multisensory noise reducing and palate based sensory substitution device for speech perception", for  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2016.10.004 pmid:27821280 fatcat:qgzttkybefaqrjp5m5a22kntai

Persian Ear Rings and 'Fragments of a Vessel': Transformation and Fidelity in Hammer-Purgstall's Translation of Two Ghazals by Hafiz

S. Shamel
2010 Monatshefte  
José Ortega y Gasset makes a pointed remark with regard to the way a transla- tor shall approach his task.  ...  In contrast to Schleiermacher’s descriptive scheme, which does not historicize the various methods, Goethe’s approach is historical.  ... 
doi:10.1353/mon.0.0197 fatcat:b5667njud5cj5mib5piefdmkpm

Links of Prosodic Stress Perception and Musical Activities to Language Skills of Children With Cochlear Implants and Normal Hearing

Ritva Torppa, Andrew Faulkner, Marja Laasonen, Jari Lipsanen, Daniela Sammler
2019 Ear and Hearing  
Understanding these links is expected to guide future research and toward supporting language development in children with a CI.  ...  In addition, for children with CIs, parental singing has a stronger positive association to word finding and VIQ than parental reading.  ...  is required.  ... 
doi:10.1097/aud.0000000000000763 pmid:31397704 fatcat:puujeng7yjhtlnwf54vu4r4mfu

A Longitudinal Investigation of the Home Literacy Environment and Shared Book Reading in Young Children With Hearing Loss

Jean L. DesJardin, Carren J. Stika, Laurie S. Eisenberg, Karen C. Johnson, Dianne M. Hammes Ganguly, Shirley C. Henning, Bethany G. Colson
2017 Ear and Hearing  
The primary goal of this study is to compare parents' perceived home literacy environment (e.g., frequency of book reading, ease of reading to child) and observed SBR behaviors in DesJardin et al.  ...  Conclusions-Although both groups of parents increased their frequency of SBR behaviors over time, parents of children with HL may need additional support to optimize SBR experiences to better guide their  ...  A very special thank you extends to all the parents and their very young children who participated in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1097/aud.0000000000000414 pmid:28234669 pmcid:PMC5482779 fatcat:k6524g57kvgo7j26ljgwop5oie
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