Investigations into the feasibility of digital neuromorphic signal processing circuits
thesisposted on 19.01.2018 by Seow-Chuan Lim
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Modelling of the mammalian auditory system is valuable in understanding perception processes and has benefits in the design of signal processing systems and human prosthetic implants. However, as models increase in complexity, traditional methods of modelling using general purpose computers become very slow. One method of overcoming this is to use electronic implementations of these models. This thesis looks into the feasibility of auditory system implementations in digital technology, through the implementation of the Four-Stage Pitch System for pitch detection in hearing proposed by Hewitt and Meddis. [Continues.]
Great Britain, Overseas Research Studentship Council.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering