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Re: comparing cochlear models ?
I did a class project several years ago in which I tried to do this.
However, looking back, I really don't think that my comparison to
Schroeder's masking curves was the an appropriate approach. (Notice
that I called the Schroeder curves the "actual ear response"... which
I'm sure is not even close to accurate!)
I'd be very interested to see what others suggest.
On Wed, May 19, 2010 at 9:04 AM, emad burke <emad.burke@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear list
> I am trying to find a metric which i can compare different cochlear models
> based on. in other words i need a "quantitative" metric which there is a
> consensus on in the whole community and its widely accepted. Of course i
> dont mean a metric like "how biologically plausible a cochlear model is"
> since i dont think it is quantifiable. as a simple example if you were going
> to compare the traditional Dick Lyons old cochlear model with the one that
> i'm developing myself how am i supposed to compare them and conclude which
> ones superior ?
> Best Regards