英文论文


文献类型
Journal article (JA)
题名
A Computational Model for Evaluating Transient Auditory Storage of Acoustic Features in Normal Listeners
作者
Zong, Nannan; Wu, Meihong
作者单位
[Zong, Nannan; Wu, Meihong] Xiamen Univ, Sch Informat, Xiamen 361005, Peoples R China.
通讯作者地址
Xiamen Univ, Sch Informat, Xiamen 361005, Peoples R China.
Email
31520190154747@stu.xmu.edu.cn; wmh@xmu.edu.cn
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ORCID
期刊名称
Sensors
出版社
MDPI
ISSN
1424-8220
出版信息
July-1 2022, 22 (13)
JCR
影响因子
ISBN
基金
Natural Science Foundation of Fujian Province [2019J01002]; National Nature Science Foundation of China [32071057, 61673322]; Key project of National Key RD project [2017YFC1703303]
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会议开始日期
会议结束日期
关键词
Acoustic noise; Audition; Computation theory
摘要
Humans are able to detect an instantaneous change in correlation, demonstrating an ability to temporally process extremely rapid changes in interaural configurations. This temporal dynamic is correlated with human listeners' ability to store acoustic features in a transient auditory manner. The present study investigated whether the ability of transient auditory storage of acoustic features was affected by the interaural delay, which was assessed by measuring the sensitivity for detecting the instantaneous change in correlation for both wideband and narrowband correlated noise with various interaural delays. Furthermore, whether an instantaneous change in correlation between correlated interaural narrowband or wideband noise was detectable when introducing the longest interaural delay was investigated. Then, an auditory computational description model was applied to explore the relationship between wideband and narrowband simulation noise with various center frequencies in the auditory processes of lower-level transient memory of acoustic features. The computing results indicate that low-frequency information dominated perception and was more distinguishable in length than the high-frequency components, and the longest interaural delay for narrowband noise signals was highly correlated with that for wideband noise signals in the dynamic process of auditory perception.
一级学科
Chemistry, Analytical; Engineering, Electrical & Electronic; Instruments & Instrumentation
WOS入藏号
WOS:000824338600001
EI收录号
20222712318897
DOI
10.3390/s22135033
ESI
收录于
SCIE, EI

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