Cochlear Implants

Fundamentals and Applications

  • Graeme Clark

Part of the Modern Acoustics and Signal Processing book series (MASP)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxviii
  2. Pages 1-57
  3. Pages 58-99
  4. Pages 100-159
  5. Pages 160-198
  6. Pages 199-295
  7. Pages 296-380
  8. Pages 454-549
  9. Pages 550-594
  10. Pages 595-653
  11. Pages 707-766
  12. Pages 787-812
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 813-830

About this book


Soun is nought but air y-broke —Geoffrey Chaucer end of the 14th century Traditionally, acoustics has formed one of the fundamental branches of physics. In the twentieth century, the ?eld has broadened considerably and become - creasingly interdisciplinary. At the present time, specialists in modern acoustics can be encountered not only in physics departments, but also in electrical and mechanical engineering departments, as well as in mathematics, oceanography, and even psychology departments. They work in areas spanning from musical instruments to architecture to problems related to speech perception. Today, six hundred years after Chaucer made his brilliant remark, we recognize that sound and acoustics is a discipline extremely broad in scope, literally covering waves and vibrations in all media at all frequencies and at all intensities. This series of scienti?c literature, entitled Modern Acoustics and Signal P- cessing (MASP), covers all areas of today’s acoustics as an interdisciplinary?eld. It offers scienti?c monographs, graduate-level textbooks, and reference materials in such areas as architectural acoustics, structural sound and vibration, musical acoustics, noise, bioacoustics, physiological and psychological acoustics,speech, ocean acoustics, underwater sound, and acoustical signal processing.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Graeme Clark
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Otolaryngology and The Bionic Ear InstituteThe University of MelbourneEast MelbourneAustralia

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