Enhanced coding in a cochlear-implant model using additive noise: aperiodic stochastic resonance with tuning.

@article{Morse2000EnhancedCI,
  title={Enhanced coding in a cochlear-implant model using additive noise: aperiodic stochastic resonance with tuning.},
  author={Robert Peter Morse and Peter Roper},
  journal={Physical review. E, Statistical physics, plasmas, fluids, and related interdisciplinary topics},
  year={2000},
  volume={61 5 Pt B},
  pages={5683-92}
}
Analog electrical stimulation of the cochlear nerve (the nerve of hearing) by a cochlear implant is an effective method of providing functional hearing to profoundly deaf people. Recent physiological and computational experiments have shown that analog cochlear implants are unlikely to convey certain speech cues by the temporal pattern of evoked nerve discharges. However, these experiments have also shown that the optimal addition of noise to cochlear implant signals can enhance the temporal… CONTINUE READING
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