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This paper presents three harmonic simulation test systems. The purpose is to demonstrate guidelines for the preparation and analysis of harmonic problems through case studies and simulation examples. The systems can also be used as benchmark systems for the development of new harmonic simulation methods and for the evaluation of existing harmonic analysis(More)
Third window abnormalities are defects in the integrity of the bony structure of the inner ear, classically producing sound-/pressure-induced vertigo (Tullio and Hennebert signs) and/or a low-frequency air-bone gap by audiometry. Specific anatomic defects include semicircular canal dehiscence, perilabyrinthine fistula, enlarged vestibular aqueduct,(More)
Eight audiology students with little or no visual reinforcement audiometry (VRA) experience each performed a VRA test on an infant. Four of the students received approximately 5 hours of behavioral audiometry simulator (BAS) training, and 1 week later, after the first VRA test, all eight students tested a second infant. Student performance was rated by(More)
As the gap between microprocessor performance and memory performance widens, the penalty in going off-chip for a memory (or higher level cache) request is becoming increasingly severe. Therefore, the miss rate of the cache is becoming ever more important in keeping average memory access time down. Since the size of the caches are often constrained so as not(More)
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