Approximate Evaluation of Cochlear Model Tuning from the Wave Development Graph
The simplest direct results of most numerical and hemi-analytical models are the wave development graphs. To compare the model results with experimental data, the theoretical tuning curve must be calculated. For this aim, the exterior cycle over the stimulating frequency must be included into the program, and the complex matrix of responses R (ω, x) = A ( ω, x) exp ( i Ø (ω, x)) must be obtained.
KeywordsBasilar Membrane Tuning Curve Approximate Evaluation Amplitude Curve Wave Development
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Bekesy, G. von (1960). Experiments in Hearing. McGraw-Hill, New York.Google Scholar
- Boer, E. de, and Viergever, M.A. (1982). Validity of the Liouvill-Green (or WKB) method for cochlear mechanics. Hearing Res. 8, 131–155.Google Scholar
- Novoselova, S.M. (1985). Three chambered cochlear model. In: Mathematical problems in wave propagation theory (Ed. Babich, V.M.) 15, 133–143, ’Nauka’, Leningrad, USSR (In Russian; English translation by Plenum Publishing Corporation).Google Scholar
- Tonndorf, J. (1957). Fluid motion in cochlear models. I. Acous!. Soc. Am, 29, 558–568.Google Scholar