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The role of predictive models in the formation of auditory streams
Sounds provide us with useful information about our environment which complements that provided by other senses, but also poses specific processing problems. How does the auditory system distentangleExpand
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Understanding Pitch Perception as a Hierarchical Process with Top-Down Modulation
Pitch is one of the most important features of natural sounds, underlying the perception of melody in music and prosody in speech. However, the temporal dynamics of pitch processing are still poorlyExpand
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Modelling the Emergence and Dynamics of Perceptual Organisation in Auditory Streaming
Many sound sources can only be recognised from the pattern of sounds they emit, and not from the individual sound events that make up their emission sequences. Auditory scene analysis addresses theExpand
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A Neurocomputational Model of Stimulus-Specific Adaptation to Oddball and Markov Sequences
Stimulus-specific adaptation (SSA) occurs when the spike rate of a neuron decreases with repetitions of the same stimulus, but recovers when a different stimulus is presented. It has been suggestedExpand
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A model of active visual search with object-based attention guiding scan paths
When a monkey searches for a colour and orientation feature conjunction target, the scan path is guided to target coloured locations in preference to locations containing the target orientationExpand
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Auditory Event-related Potentials
Auditory event related potentials are electric potentials (AERP, AEP) and magnetic fields (AEF) generated by the synchronous activity of large neural populations in the brain, which are time-lockedExpand
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Robust sound classification through the representation of similarity using response fields derived from stimuli during early experience
Models of auditory processing, particularly of speech, face many difficulties. Included in these are variability among speakers, variability in speech rate, and robustness to moderate distortionsExpand
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Multiple views of the response of an ensemble of spectro-temporal features support concurrent classification of utterance, prosody, sex and speaker identity
Models of auditory processing, particularly of speech, face many difficulties. These difficulties include variability among speakers, variability in speech rate and robustness to moderate distortionsExpand
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Spatio-temporal pattern recognizers using spiking neurons and spike-timing-dependent plasticity
It has previously been shown that by using spike-timing-dependent plasticity (STDP), neurons can adapt to the beginning of a repeating spatio-temporal firing pattern in their input. In the presentExpand
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Gait-based person and gender recognition using micro-doppler signatures
The ability to identify an individual quickly and accurately is a critical parameter in surveillance. Conventional contactless systems are often complex and expensive to implement since video-basedExpand
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