Computational models of neural auditory processing

  title={Computational models of neural auditory processing},
  author={R. Lyon},
  • R. Lyon
  • Published in ICASSP 1984
  • Computer Science
Explicit neuron firing models are investigated for use in computational modeling of auditory processing. Models for primary auditory neurons are driven by the receptor signal from a hair cell model, which is driven in turn by a filtering model of basilar membrane motion. The output of the primary auditory neuron model is a times-of-firing representation of neural signals. Certain types of processing, such as auto-correlation and cross-correlation, are very simple with this representation, not… Expand
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