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In this chapter, we present example results from the NL cochlea, analyzed in the time domain. The examples cover three categories: level effects, combination tones, and onset delay effects. The first two topics were originally addressed in a project by Marc van den Raadt, the last two by Peter van Hengel.

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  • Group Delay
  • Basilar Membrane
  • Otoacoustic Emission
  • Nonlinear Stiffness
  • Distortion Product

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Duifhuis, H. (2012). Results. In: Cochlear Mechanics. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-6117-4_6

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