Pitch-sensitive Components Emerge from Hierarchical Sparse Coding of Natural Sounds

@inproceedings{Bumbacher2012PitchsensitiveCE,
  title={Pitch-sensitive Components Emerge from Hierarchical Sparse Coding of Natural Sounds},
  author={Engin Bumbacher and Vivienne L. Ming},
  booktitle={ICPRAM},
  year={2012}
}
The neural basis of pitch perception, our subjective sense of the tone of a sound, has been a great ongoing debates in neuroscience. [...] Key Method Motivated by gist research (Oliva and Torralba, 2006), we extended the nonlinear hierarchical generative model developed by Karklin et al. (Karklin and Lewicki, 2003) with a parallel gist pathway. The basic model encodes higher-order structure in natural sounds capturing variations in the underlying probability distribution.Expand
Learning Midlevel Auditory Codes from Natural Sound Statistics

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