Издательство Springer, 2010, -290 pp.Models have always been a special feature of hearing research. The particular models described in this book are special because they seek to bridge the gap between physiology and psychophysics and ask how the psychology of hearing can be understood in terms of what we already know about the anatomy and physiology of the auditory system. However, although we now have a great deal of detailed information about the outer, middle, and inner ear as well as an abundance of new facts concerning individual components of the auditory brainstem and cortex, models of individual anatomically defined components cannot, in themselves, explain hearing. Instead, it is necessary to model the system as a whole if we are to understand how man and animals extract useful information from the auditory environment. A general theory of hearing that integrates all relevant physiological and psychophysical knowledge is not yet available but it is the goal to which all of the authors of this volume are contributing.Overview Auditory Periphery: From Pinna to Auditory Nerve The Cochlear Nucleus: The New Frontier Models of the Superior Olivary Complex The Auditory Cortex: The Final Frontier Computational Models of Inferior Colliculus Neurons Computational Modeling of Sensorineural Hearing Loss Physiological Models of Auditory Scene Analysis Use of Auditory Models in Developing Coding Strategies for Cochlear Implants Silicon Models of the Auditory Pathway
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