Hawkins, Harold L., McMullen, Teresa A., Fay, Richard R. (Eds.)
1996, XII, 518 p.
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The auditory system presents many features of a complex computational environment, as well as providing numerous opportunities for computational analysis. This volume represents an overview of computational approaches to understanding auditory system function. The chapters share the common perspective that complex information processing must be understood at multiple levels; that disciplines such as neurobiology, psychophysics, and computer science make vital contributions; and that the end product of computational analysis should be the development of formal models.
1 Auditory Computation: An Overview.- 2 Models of External- and Middle-Ear Function.- 3 Analysis and Synthesis of Cochlear Mechanical Function Using Models.- 4 Computational Analysis of Hair Cell and Auditory Nerve Processes.- 5 Physiological Models for Basic Auditory Percepts.- 6 Auditory Representations of Timbre and Pitch.- 7 Scene Analysis.- 8 Computational Models of Binaural Processing.- 9 Auditory Computations for Biosonar Target Imaging in Bats.- 10 Further Computations Involving Time.