Modeling synchronization and suppression of spontaneous otoacoustic emissions using Van der Pol oscillators: effects of aspirin administration.

@article{Long1991ModelingSA,
  title={Modeling synchronization and suppression of spontaneous otoacoustic emissions using Van der Pol oscillators: effects of aspirin administration.},
  author={Glenis R. Long and Arnold Tubis and Kenneth Lyons Jones},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1991},
  volume={89 3},
  pages={1201-12}
}
Many of the aspects of the interaction of spontaneous otoacoustic emissions with external tones (suppression and synchronization) can be qualitatively simulated by the behavior of a single driven Van der Pol oscillator. Analytical and numerical investigations of a model of spontaneous otoacoustic emissions based on such an oscillator (with appropriate parametric changes in the nonlinear and negative damping components) lead to predictions of the nature of the changes in suppression and… CONTINUE READING
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