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Around to our research directions and topics, the laboratory had taken on a lot of projects, main of which are belong to:

[1] The National Key Basic Research Development Project ( 973 Project )

[2] National " Shi Wu" High-tech Project ( 863 Project )

[3] National Natural Science Foundation Project

[4] National Natural Science Foundation (Joint-applied with Pattern Recognition Laboratory, Automatic Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences )

[5] "Modern Long-range Education Project", Special State Revenue from Ministry of Education

[6] Beijing Natural Science Foundation (Joint-applied with Pattern Recognition Laboratory, Automatic Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences )

[7] The Subsidy Project of Peking University

[8] Etc.

List of Selected Main Projects

[1] "Computational Auditory Model and its Application in Speaker Recognition" by Prof. Huisheng Chi, National Natural Science Foundation key item (69635020), Jan 1997 - Dec 1999, authenticated and accepted as outstanding in 2000.

[2] " Cutting-edge Research on Cognitive Science: theory and application of neural network" by Prof. Huisheng Chi, National Climbing Program item (authenticated and accepted NSC92097), first prize of Ministry of Education's scientific and technological progress in 1999.

[3] "Auditory Perceptual Model and its Application in Speaker Recognition" by Prof. Huisheng Chi, National Natural Science Foundation, 1992 - 1995.

[4] "Computational Auditory Model and Auditory Scene Analysis", by Dr. Xihong Wu, Postdoctoral Research Foundation Item, 1995-1997.

[5] "Fragment-feature PDF and auditory mechanism based robustness research of speech processing", by Dr. Xihong Wu, Wenju Liu, National Natural Science Foundation Item, 2002-2005.

Science Problems pertained to Partial Projects:

[1] Auditory temporal resolution using the gap detection and gap-summation detection paradigms

[2] Binaural spatial perception mechanism, and the development of spatial perception with binaural cochlear implants

[3] Spatial release of speech from informational masking

[4] The intelligibility differences between Mandarin and English

[5] Hearing loss evaluation and rehabilitation prediction

 

 

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