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Re: ERB at high levels


Regarding the name, it is actually called "cochleagram" in Dick's early papers. It has been misnamed "cochleogram" (e.g. in my ICASSP'04 Tutorial on CASA) but let's stick to 'cochleagram'.


Pierre Divenyi wrote:

Check out Dick Lyon's new cochleogram (also misnamed cochleagram) model on his web site. He spent a long time trying to come up with the correct parameters. In any case, the model is beautiful.


At 10:29 AM 4/25/2008, Ken Grant wrote:
We are looking for any data or model of ERB as a function of level. We are aware of the Oxenham and Simonson (2006) and the Baker and Rosen (2006) papers which don't go above 70 dB SPL. We would like to hear any suggestions as to what people think normal-hearing ERBs at 500, 1000, 2000, and 4000 look like at input levels as high as 90-95 dB SPL.

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