Gerroth Weschke

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Typical features of natural sounds are amplitude changes at different time scales. In many species, amplitude modulations constitute decisive cues to recognize communication signals. Since these signals should be recognizable over a broad intensity range, we investigated how the encoding of amplitude modulations by auditory neurons depends on sound pressure(More)
The temporal pattern of amplitude modulations (AM) is often used to recognize acoustic objects. To identify objects reliably, intensity invariant representations have to be formed. We approached this problem within the auditory pathway of grasshoppers. We presented AM patterns modulated at different time scales and intensities. Metric space analysis of(More)
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