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Development System for Auditory Modelling (ne' LUTEar) and Application released
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- Subject: Development System for Auditory Modelling (ne' LUTEar) and Application released
- From: "OMard, Lowel P" <lowel@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 17:47:29 +0100
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After many months and even years of patient waiting (thanks people) a
new version of the DSAM software has been released.
The ready-to-run Auditory Model Simulatory (AMS) application has been
made available, for all those who wish to try out auditory modelling
without getting your hands dirty with programming.
AMS provides the user with a self-installing application for windows and
Linux (RPM format) users who wish to work with physiological and
functional computer models of the auditory periphery. Most of the
models are based on published auditory research. There are also
included many analysis and utility functions, as well as binary sound
file support. The source code is also available for those wishing to
compile on other platforms.
The DSAM library has also been released incorporating many new models
and features. This is designated a BETA release, however it has been
fully tested and has passed all of our consistancy tests. It has also
been BETA tested by several different labarotories.
For more information please visit the following web site:
Dr. Lowel P. M. O'Mard PhD.
CNBH, Hearing Research Laboratory, Dept. of Psychology,
University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester CO4 3SQ, UK.