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Two-component hearing sensations produced by two-electrode stimulation in the cochlea of a deaf patient

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Science  25 Feb 1983:
Vol. 219, Issue 4587, pp. 993-994
DOI: 10.1126/science.6823564

Abstract

Dissimilarities in perception elicited by stimulation with two electrodes were estimated. A two-dimensional spatial configuration was found to be suitable to represent the dissimilarity data, and the two dimensions could be interpreted as corresponding to the position of the apical and basal electrode of the two-electrode combination. A speech-processing strategy that converts acoustic, first and second formants to two-electrode stimulation is proposed.

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