D Nandy

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We present in this paper a connectionist model that extracts interaural intensity differences (IID) from head-related transfer functions (HRTF) in the form of spectral cues to localize broadband high-frequency auditory stimuli, in both azimuth and elevation. A novel discriminative matching measure (DMM) is defined and optimized to characterize matching this(More)
Stellar magnetic activity – which has been observed in a diverse set of stars including the Sun – originates via a magnetohydrodynamic dynamo mechanism working in stellar interiors. The full set of magnetohydrodynamic equations governing stellar dynamos is highly complex, and so direct numerical simulation is currently out of reach computationally. An(More)
In this paper we analyze several auditory localization neural models that are based on head related transfer functions (HRTFs). HRTFs represent the combined directional-spectral response of the pinnae head and torso. The role of HRTFs in such modeling has hitherto been underestimated despite substantial experimental evidence to its relevance in spatial(More)
The magnetic activity of the Sun, as manifested in the sunspot cycle , originates deep within its convection zone through a dynamo mechanism which involves non-trivial interactions between the plasma and magnetic field in the solar interior. Recent advances in magnetohydrodynamic dynamo theory have led us closer towards a better understanding of the physics(More)
  • T A Howard, D Nandy, A C Koepke
  • 2008
[1] One of the main sources of uncertainty in quantifying the kinematic properties of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) using coronagraphs is the fact that coronagraph images are projected into the sky plane, resulting in measurements which can differ significantly from their actual values. By identifying solar surface source regions of CMEs using X-ray and Ha(More)
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