Auditory toolbox: A MATLAB Toolbox for auditory modeling. This report describes a collection of tools that implement several popular auditory models for a numerical programming environment called MATLAB. This toolbox will be useful to researchers that are interested in how the auditory periphery works and want to compare and test their theories. This toolbox will also be useful to speech and auditory engineers who want to see how the human auditory system represents sounds ...
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