J. F. Albacete Colombo

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Single auditory-nerve neuron thresholds were studied in sensory-deafened squirrel monkeys to determine the effects of electrical stimulus shape and frequency on single-neuron thresholds. Frequency was separated into its components, pulse width and pulse rate, which were analyzed separately. Square and sinusoidal pulse shapes were compared. There were no or(More)
A model of the mammalian auditory-nerve neuron has been developed based on the classical work of Frankenhauser and Huxley [(1964) J. Physiol. 171, 302-315], modified by McNeal [(1976) IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng. BME-23, 329-336], and Reilly et al. [(1985) IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng. BME-32, 1001-1011], and fine tuned to represent physiological data obtained from(More)
Sound envelope temporal fluctuations are important for effective processing of biologically relevant acoustic information including speech, animal vocalizations, sound-source location, and pitch. Amplitude modulation (AM) of sound envelopes can be encoded in quiet with high fidelity by many auditory neurons including those of the auditory nerve (AN) and(More)
A full description of the 5.5-yr low excitation events in η Carinae is presented. We show that they are not simple and brief, as thought before, but a combination of two components. The first, the 'slow variation' component, is revealed by slow changes in the ionization level of circumstellar matter across the whole cycle and is caused by the gradual(More)
The computer-based patient record (electronic patient record) is an area of medical informatic that has been well discussed during this decade. It has been alleged that the powerful combination of computers, communication networks, online medical information, and electronic patient data can improve the quality of health services, increase access to health(More)
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