Sander L. de Snoo

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A rotationally symmetric model of electrical stimulation of the guinea pig cochlea with active neural elements is used to study the influence of temporal stimulus parameters and electrode configurations on the spatial selectivity of electrical stimulation by cochlear implants. The width of the excitation patterns is determined with respect to the position(More)
In spite of many satisfactory results, the clinical outcome of cochlear implantation is poorly predictable and further insight into the fundamentals of electrical nerve stimulation in this complex geometry is necessary. For this purpose we developed a rotationally symmetric volume conductor model of the implanted cochlea, using the Boundary Element Method(More)
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