A convolutional neural-network model of human cochlear mechanics and filter tuning for real-time applications

30 Apr 2020Deepak BabyArthur Van Den BrouckeSarah Verhulst

Auditory models are commonly used as feature extractors for automatic speech recognition systems or as front-ends for robotics, machine-hearing and hearing-aid applications. While over the years, auditory models have progressed to capture the biophysical and nonlinear properties of human hearing in great detail, these biophysical models are slow to compute and consequently not used in real-time applications... (read more)

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