W. Wiktor Jedrzejczak

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The ratios between frequency components of evoked otoacoustic emissions (OAE) were investigated for 100 ears. The signals were decomposed by means of an adaptive approximation method into basic waveforms coming from a very large and redundant dictionary of Gabor functions. The high time-frequency resolution of the method and the parametric representation of(More)
We have developed a computerized technique for automatic detection and removal of sonomotor waves (SMWs) from auditory brainstem responses (ABRs). Our approach is based on adaptive decomposition using a redundant set of Gaussian and 1-cycle-limited Gabor functions. In order to find optimal parameters and evaluate the efficiency of the methods, simulated(More)
The physiological roots of music perception are a matter of long-lasting debate. Recently light on this problem has been shed by the study of otoacoustic emissions (OAEs), which are weak sounds generated by the inner ear following acoustic stimulation and, sometimes, even spontaneously. In the present study, a high-resolution time-frequency method called(More)
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