Response Properties of the Refractory Auditory Nerve Fiber

@article{Miller2001ResponsePO,
  title={Response Properties of the Refractory Auditory Nerve Fiber},
  author={Charles A. Miller and Paul J. Abbas and Barbara K. Robinson},
  journal={Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology},
  year={2001},
  volume={2},
  pages={216-232}
}
The refractory characteristics of auditory nerve fibers limit their ability to accurately encode temporal information. Therefore, they are relevant to the design of cochlear prostheses. It is also possible that the refractory property could be exploited by prosthetic devices to improve information transfer, as refractoriness may enhance the nerve's stochastic properties. Furthermore, refractory data are needed for the development of accurate computational models of auditory nerve fibers. We… CONTINUE READING
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