Frequency glides in click responses of the basilar membrane and auditory nerve: their scaling behavior and origin in traveling-wave dispersion.

@article{Shera2001FrequencyGI,
  title={Frequency glides in click responses of the basilar membrane and auditory nerve: their scaling behavior and origin in traveling-wave dispersion.},
  author={Christopher A Shera},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2001},
  volume={109 5 Pt 1},
  pages={
          2023-34
        }
}
Frequency modulations (or glides), reported in impulse responses of both the auditory nerve and the basilar membrane, represent a change over time in the instantaneous frequency of oscillation of the response waveform. Although the near invariance of glides with stimulus intensity indicates that they are not the consequence of nonlinear or active processes in the inner ear, their origin has remained otherwise obscure. This paper combines theory with experimental data to explore the basic… CONTINUE READING

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