Computational Models of the Auditory System by Ray Meddis, Enrique Lopez-Poveda, Richard R. Fay, Arthur N.

By Ray Meddis, Enrique Lopez-Poveda, Richard R. Fay, Arthur N. Popper

This quantity, Computational types of the Auditory approach, has as a platforms method the place the point of interest is on stories which give a contribution to the large photograph of listening to. In impression, the paintings coated during this quantity, and the quantity itself, builds a world version of audition. The chapters, instead of targeting info of person elements of the listening to procedure, handle the worries of readers and researchers who need to know how the auditory approach works as a whole.


  • Overview - Raymond Meddis and Enrique A. Lopez-Poveda
  • Auditory outer edge; from the pinna to the auditory nerve Raymond Meddis and Enrique A. Lopez-Poveda
  • The Cochlear Nucleus - the hot Frontier Herbert F. Voigt and Xiaohan Zheng
  • Models of the very best Olivary advanced Todd R. Jennings and H. Steven Colburn
  • Auditory Cortex: the ultimate Frontier Jos J. Eggermont
  • Computational versions of Inferior Colliculus Neurons Kevin A. Davis, Kenneth E. Hancock, and Bertrand Delgutte
  • Computational Modeling of Sensorineural listening to Loss Michael G. Heinz.
  • Physiological versions of Auditory Scene research man J. Brown
  • Use of Auditory versions in constructing Coding techniques for Cochlear Implants Blake S. Wilson, Enrique A. Lopez-Poveda, and Reinhold Schatzer
  • Silicon types of the Auditory Pathway André van Schaik, Tara Julia Hamilton, and Craig Jin

About the Editors:

Raymond Meddis is Director of the listening to study Laboratory within the division of Psychology on the college of Essex. Enrique A. Lopez-Poveda is Director of the Auditory Computation and Psychoacoustics Unit of the Neuroscience Institute of Castilla y León, collage of Salamanca. Arthur N. Popper is Professor within the division of Biology and Co-Director of the heart for Comparative and Evolutionary Biology of listening to on the college of Maryland, collage Park. Richard R. Fay is Director of the Parmly listening to Institute and Professor of Psychology at Loyola collage of Chicago.

About the series:

The Springer guide of Auditory study provides a sequence of man-made studies of primary subject matters facing auditory structures. each one quantity is autonomous and authoritative; taken as a collection, this sequence is the definitive source within the box.

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2003). It could probably be used to simulate physiological BM iso-intensity responses directly, although no studies have been reported to date aimed at testing the filter in this regard. Its BF shifts with level as do BM and AN iso-intensity curves, but the trends shown by Irino and Patterson (2001) are not consistent with the physiological data (Tan and Carney 2003). More importantly, we still lack detailed studies aimed at examining the ability of this filter to account for other nonlinear phenomena such as level-dependent 2 Auditory Periphery: From Pinna to Auditory Nerve 21 phase responses, combination tones, or two-tone suppression.

Gammatone filters are employed that are made asymmetric by filtering their output through a low-pass filter. , instantaneous) gain is applied to the narrow filter that produces linear responses at low levels but compressive responses for moderate levels. The output from the DRNL filter is the sum of the output signals from both paths. Level-dependent tuning is achieved by setting the relative gain of the two filter paths so that the output from the narrow and broad filters dominate the total filter response at low and high levels, respectively.

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