4 edition of Auditory frequency selectivity found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Brian C.J. Moore and Roy D. Patterson.|
|Series||NATO ASI series., v. 119|
|Contributions||Moore, Brian C. J., Patterson, Roy D., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.|
|LC Classifications||QP460 .N38 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 456 p. :|
|Number of Pages||456|
|LC Control Number||86022700|
This Chapter presents a new physical model for signal processing phenomena (power amplification and frequency selectivity) occurring in the inner ear (Cochlea). It is generally accepted that Outer Hair Cells (OHCs) play a pivotal role in the Cochlear signal processing. In the proposed new model we postulate that all signal processing phenomena in the Cochlea are Cited by: 1. ‘The sharp frequency selectivity of auditory nerve fiber responses to sound is a hallmark of vertebrate cochlear function.’ ‘It has been proposed on general theoretical grounds that the frequency selectivity of hair bundles, as well as their sensitivity to weak signals, is conferred by their proximity to a dynamical instability.’.
suggested that the frequency selectivity of the auditory neuron and basilar membrane consist of two components. The first is a low-pass filter process, apparently dependent upon the passive mechanical properties of the basilar membrane and surrounding fluids, . Selectivity for the rate of frequency-modulated sweeps in the mouse auditory cortex Michael Trujillo, 1Kevin Measor, Maria Magdalena Carrasco, and Khaleel A. Razak2 1Graduate Neuroscience Program and 2Department of Psychology, University of California, Riverside, California Submitted 31 May ; accepted in ﬁnal form 16 August
Auditory frequency selectivity was inferred from measurements of the detectability of tonal signals as a function of the cutoff frequency of a low-pass computer-generated noise masker. In Experiment I the effect of small changes in signal-to-noise ratio on inferred auditory frequency selectivity was by: Frequency selectivity (FS) refers to the ability of the auditory system to identify tonal components in complex sound .It largely depends on the filtering ability of the cochlea , and its tuning properties are determined by the amplification mechanisms of the cochlear outer hair cells (OHCs) at low stimulus levels [3–5].Damage to the OHCs will reduce both the FS Cited by: 4.
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One of the most fundamental aspects of the auditory system is its frequency selectivity - the ability to resolve a complex sound into frequency : Paperback.
One of the most fundamental aspects of the auditory system is its frequency selectivity - the ability to resolve a complex sound into frequency compOhents. This ability plays a role in many aspects of auditory perception, including: the masking of one sound by another; the perception of pitch for pure tones.
This book Auditory frequency selectivity book the proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Auditory frequency selectivity book on Auditory Frequency Selectivity which was held in Wolfson College, Cambridge from. NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Auditory Frequency Selectivity ( Wolfson College).
Auditory frequency selectivity. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brian C J Moore; Roy D Patterson; North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Scientific. Over the last decade, there have been considerable advances in our understanding of frequency selectivity, both at the physiological and psychophysical level, and rapid progress continues to be made.
This book summarizes the proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Auditory Frequency Selectivity which was held in Wolfson College. What Another auditory analog to visual location is sound fre- is close and what is far in frequency seem to be deter- quency.
In a sense, listening to a sound at a particular mined by the critical bandwidth, which is roughly 15 % frequency. Part of the Nato ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume ) Frequency selectivity refers to the filtering processes which underlie our ability to detect a sound of one frequency in the presence of another sound with a different frequency.
Frequency discrimination is our ability to detect changes in frequency over by: The 1/6 octave filter bank and mel-scale frequency axis are used to approximate the peripheral filtering of the normal ear.
The auditory speech processing (ASP) front-end closely simulates the peripheral filtering of the human auditory system. Auditory Frequency Selectivity, by Brian C.J.
Moore and Roy D. Patterson (eds.). / Siegel, J. In: Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article reviewAuthor: J. Siegel. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Auditory Frequency Selectivity by Brian Moore,Springer edition, paperback Auditory Frequency Selectivity ( edition) | Open Library. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: Brian C.
Moore, Roy D. Patterson, Jonathan H. Siegel. Seasonal plasticity of peripheral auditory frequency selectivity. on auditory frequency selectivity. Acknowledgements • This presentation is inspired on a lecture prepared by author to be taught as part of the international Audiology Expert degree of the University of Salamanca (Spain).
• Some figures and examples were adapted from several. Frequency selectivity capabilities of an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin were examined by calculating critical ratios from masked hearing data.
Absolute sensitivity to pure tones from 40– kHz was measured as a base line, and masked sensitivity was determined for the same signals masked by three levels of white noise (52, 42, and 32 dB re:1 μ Pa 2 /Hz).Cited by: 2.
Frequency selectivity (FS) is an important aspect of auditory function, and is typically described by a tuning curve function. Sharply tuned curves represent a higher acuity in detecting frequency differences, and conversely, broadly tuned curves demonstrate a lower by: 4.
Cazals Y. () Frequency Selectivity of Acoustically Evoked Potentials from Peripheral and Central Vestibular Structures. In: Moore B.C.J., Patterson R.D. (eds) Auditory Frequency Selectivity.
Nato ASI Series (A: Life Sciences), vol Author: Yves Cazals. • The cochlear frequency map is the basis for a place code for sound frequency.
• Theme 1 explores consequences of frequency selectivity and cochlear nonlinearities for auditory masking. • In response to low-frequency (File Size: KB. Psychology Definition of FREQUENCY SELECTIVITY: the property of a system that allows it to be tunes to respond to certain frequencies that give a better result than others.
Also called bandwidth selectiv. A computational algorithm for computing nonlinear auditory frequency selectivity Ray Meddis and Lowel P. O’Mard Centre for the Neural Basis of Hearing at Essex, Department of Psychology, University of Essex, Colchester CO4 3SQ, United Kingdom Enrique A.
Lopez-Poveda. Psychophysical tuning curves (PTC) can be used to assess the frequency selectivity of the auditory system (Zwicker, ). Conventionally, psychophysical tuning curves are measured with a tone that is fixed in frequency and level (usually 10 dB SL), presented together with a masker (a narrow band of noise or a pure tone) at varying frequencies and by:.
Enrique A. Lopez-Poveda, in Development of Auditory and Vestibular Systems, 11 Informational and Distracting Masking. In the preceding sections, it has been reasoned that auditory masking (whether simultaneous or non-simultaneous) is related to, and is frequently used to, assess frequency selectivity and temporal resolution and their development.
The .Start studying Frequency Selectivity, Masking, and Critical Band. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.The auditory filter of an impaired ear is flatter and broader compared to a normal ear. This is because the frequency selectivity and the tuning of the basilar membrane is reduced as the outer hair cells are damaged.
When only the outer hair cells .