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Computational models of auditory function

by NATO Advanced Study Institute on Computational Hearing (1998 Il Ciocco, Italy)

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Published by IOS in Amsterdam, Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Auditory pathways -- Computer simulation -- Congresses.,
  • Auditory perception -- Computer simulation -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Computational Hearing] ; edited by Steven Greenberg and Malcolm Slaney.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesNATO science series -- v. 312
    ContributionsGreenberg, Steven., Slaney, Malcolm., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP461 .N38 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 361 p. :
    Number of Pages361
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22466379M
    ISBN 109051994575, 4274904652

    Albert Bregman's book Auditory Scene Analysis, published in , drew an analogy between the perception of auditory scenes and visual scenes, and described a coherent framework for understanding the perceptual organization of sound. His account has stimulated much interest in . R.L. Jenison, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2 Auditory Nerve (AN) Auditory nerve fibers are ideally suited to take advantage of the cochlea's spatial frequency analysis due to nearly uniform innervations along the basilar membrane partition. Between the basilar membrane and the tectorial membrane are hair cells that together form the organ of Corti.

    The auditory system presents many features of a complex computational environment, as well as providing numerous opportunities for computational analysis. This volume represents an overview of computational approaches to understanding auditory system : Harold L. Hawkins. Computational Auditory Scene Analysis: Principles, Algorithms, and Applications provides a comprehensive and coherent account of the state of the art in CASA, in terms of the underlying principles, the algorithms and system architectures that are employed, and the potential applications of .

      Auditory Computation by Harold L. Hawkins, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2). The amygdala plays a central role in both acquisition and expression of conditioned fear associations and dysregulation of the amygdala leads to fear and anxiety disorders such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Computational modeling has served as an important tool to understand the cellular and circuit mechanisms of fear acquisition and : Guoshi Li.


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Physiology of the Auditory Periphery --Coding Efficiency of Inner Hair Cells at the Threshold of Hearing / Ilse C. Gebeshuber, Frank Rattay --A Method for Evaluation of Multiparameter Nonlinear Models Illustrated on a Computational Model of Auditory-Nerve Rate-Level Curves / Konstantina M.

Stankovic --Characteristics of Cochlear Nucleus Onset. Computational Models of Auditory Function ix S. Greenberg and M. Slaney (eds.) IOS Press, “The purpose of computing is insight, not numbers.” Richard Hamming Homo sapiens is considered to be, above all else, a visually oriented species, with the other senses viewed more as supporting players than as star performers.

This “bias” in per. Computational models of auditory scene analysis vary in their fundamental goals; while some attempt to address the complexity that the auditory system faces when processing realistic sounds (such as speech; Nix and Hohmann, ; Elhilali and Shamma, ; Krishnan et al., ; Thakur et al., ) in natural environments, others (Wang and Cited by: 9.

The chapters describe computational models germane to these functional modules of auditory processing, as well as background material describing the significance of these models for understanding the physiological, anatomical and perceptual bases of hearing by: Auditory models have become instrumental in evaluating models of neuronal sound processing in the auditory brainstem and even at higher levels, where they are used to provide realistic input, and Author: Ray Meddis.

The chapters describe computational models germane to these functional modules of auditory processing, as well as background material describing the significance of these models for understanding the physiological, anatomical and perceptual bases of hearing function.

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Click Download or Read Online button to get computational models volume i book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Computational models of auditory scene analysis vary in their fundamental goals; while some attempt to address the complexity that the auditory system faces when processing realistic sounds.

The auditory system presents many features of a complex computational environment, as well as providing numerous opportunities for computational analysis.

This volume represents an overview of computational approaches to understanding auditory system function. The auditory system presents many features of a complex computational environment, as well as providing numerous opportunities for computational analysis.

This volume represents an overview of computational approaches to understanding auditory system function. The chapters share the common.

Computational Models of the Auditory System. Springer Handbook of Auditory Research (Book 35) Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review.

We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Springer US. Auditory scene analysis (ASA) refers to the process (es) of parsing the complex acoustic input into auditory perceptual objects representing either physical sources or temporal sound patterns, such as melodies, which contributed to the sound waves reaching the ears.

A number of new computational models accounting for some of the perceptual phenomena of ASA have been published by: 9. Computational Models of Auditory Function.

Edited by S. Greenberg and M. Slaney. IOS Press, November, this book aims to reveal the underlying neural mechanisms of sleep and anesthesia by employing a range of experimental techniques and applying theoretical models of neural activity across various spacial scales.

Computational auditory scene analysis (CASA) is the study of auditory scene analysis by computational means. In essence, CASA systems are "machine listening" systems that aim to separate mixtures of sound sources in the same way that human listeners do.

Importantly, in the computational models stability is defined as the proportion of trials on which the correct short-term memory (or signal) is maintained until the end of the trial, and the Cited by: Abstract.

The inferior colliculus (IC), the principal auditory nucleus in the midbrain, occupies a key position in the auditory system. It receives convergent input from most of the auditory nuclei in the brain stem, and in turn, projects to the auditory forebrain (Winer and Schreiner ).Cited by: 3.

Human anatomical and functional imaging studies are beginning to allow a synthesis of human auditory brain function.

This chapter considers the processing of sound at the level of patterns in sound that are used to establish sound-object properties. and testing theoretical models of frontal function rather than in the more widely used brain. Computational Models of the Auditory System. por.

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Currently, models inspired by the human auditory attention system rely on smaller datasets and have shown improved adaptation. In this section, we focus on the following bio-inspired models: (1) computational auditory scene analysis (CASA): neural oscillator models as examples; (2) saliency models; (3) top-down- and bottom-up-based models.

Auditory scene analysis (ASA) refers to the process (es) of parsing the complex acoustic input into auditory perceptual objects representing either physical sources or temporal sound patterns, such as melodies, which contributed to the sound waves reaching the ears.

A number of new computational models accounting for some of the perceptual. Auditory computation: an overview / Harold L. Hawkins and Teresa A. McMullen --Models of external- and middle-ear function / John J. Rosowski --Analysis and synthesis of cochlear mechanical function using models / Allyn E.

Hubbard and David C. Mountain --Computational analysis of hair cell and auditory nerve processes / David C. Mountain and.This book was republished by SIAM in their “Classics in Applied Mathematics” Series. He is coeditor, with Steven Greenberg, of the book “Computational Models of Auditory Function.” Before joining Google, Dr.

Slaney has worked at Bell Laboratory, Schlumberger Palo Alto Research, Apple Computer, Interval Research, IBM’s Almaden Research. The common thread throughout all this work is the use of implicit signals such as auditory saliency, face pose and eye gaze as part of a speech-processing system. I will show algorithms and results from speech recognition, speech understanding, addressee detection, and selecting the desired speech from a complicated auditory environment.