digital signal processingderived from a nonlinear auditory model

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An acoustic signal s(t) may be represented as s(t) = e(t) v(t) where e(t) is a slowly-varying
positive-valued envelope and v(t) is a rapid varying vibration. The neural firing rate in the human
ear is determined by the intensity of the signal envelope, log e(t), and encoding of