Auditory nerve model for predicting performance limits (Heinz et al 2001)

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A computational auditory nerve (AN) model was developed for use in modeling psychophysical experiments with normal and impaired human listeners. In this phenomenological model, many physiologically vulnerable response properties associated with the cochlear amplifier are represented by a single nonlinear control mechanism, see paper for details. Several model versions are described that can be used to evaluate the relative effects of these nonlinear properties.
Reference:
1 . Heinz MG, Zhang X, Bruce IC, Carney LH (2001) Auditory nerve model for predicting performance limits of normal and impaired listeners. Acoustics Research Letters Online 2(3):91-96
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Cell Type(s): Auditory nerve;
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Simulation Environment: C or C++ program; MATLAB;
Model Concept(s): Activity Patterns; Temporal Pattern Generation; Audition;
Implementer(s): Zhang, Xuedong ;
#ifndef _SPIKES_H
#define _SPIKES_H

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <time.h>

typedef struct __tspikegenerator TSpikeGenerator;
struct __tspikegenerator {
  int (*run)(TSpikeGenerator *p, const double x);
  double c0,s0,c1,s1;
  double dead;
  double rtime, rsptime;
  double tdres;
};
int runSpikes(TSpikeGenerator *p, const double x);
void initspikegenerator(TSpikeGenerator *p, double tdres);
void initSG2(TSpikeGenerator *p, double spont);
int SGmodel(double tdres, const double *sout, double** sptimeptr, const int nstim, const int nrep);

#endif

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