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PUBLICATIONS2009M. C. Teich, "Fractal Point Events in Physics, Biology, and Communication Networks," 2005S. B. Lowen and M. C. Teich, 1999S. B. Lowen and M. C. Teich, "Toward Fractal Coding in Auditory Prostheses," in 1997M. C. Teich, C. Heneghan, and S. M. Khanna, "Analysis of Cellular Vibrations in the Living Cochlea Using the Continuous Wavelet Transform and the Short-Time Fourier Transform," in S. Thurner, S. B. Lowen, M. Feurstein, C. Heneghan, H. G. Feichtinger, and M. C. Teich, "Analysis, Synthesis, and Estimation of Fractal-Rate Stochastic Point Processes," S. B. Lowen and M. C. Teich, "Estimating Scaling Exponents in Auditory-Nerve Spike Trains Using Fractal Models Incorporating Refractoriness," in 1996M. C. Teich, "Self-Similarity in Sensory Neural Signals," in S. B. Lowen and M. C. Teich, "Refractoriness-Modified Fractal Stochastic Point Processes for Modeling Sensory-System Spike Trains," in C. Heneghan, S. B. Lowen, and M. C. Teich, "Wavelet Analysis for Estimating the Fractal Properties of Neural Firing Patterns," in S. B. Lowen and M. C. Teich, "The Periodogram and Allan Variance Reveal Fractal Exponents Greater than Unity in Auditory-Nerve Spike Trains," 1995S. B. Lowen and M. C. Teich, "Estimation and Simulation of Fractal Stochastic Point Processes," W. J. McGill and M. C. Teich, "Alerting Signals and Detection in a Sensory Network," M. C. Teich, C. Heneghan, S. M. Khanna, Å. Flock, M. Ulfendahl, and L. Brundin, "Investigating Routes to Chaos in the Guinea-Pig Cochlea Using the Continuous Wavelet Transform and the Short-Time Fourier Transform," 1994R. G. Turcott, S. B. Lowen, E. Li, D. H. Johnson, C. Tsuchitani, and M. C. Teich, "A Nonstationary Poisson Point Process Describes the Sequence of Action Potentials Over Long Time Scales in Lateral-Superior-Olive Auditory Neurons," M. C. Teich and S. B. Lowen, "Fractal Patterns in Auditory Nerve-Spike Trains," M. C. Teich, C. Heneghan, S. M. Khanna, and M. Ulfendahl, "Investigating Cellular Vibrations in the Cochlea Using the Continuous Wavelet Transform and the Short-Time Fourier Transform," C. Heneghan, S. M. Khanna, Å. Flock, M. Ulfendahl, L. Brundin, and M. C. Teich, "Investigating the Nonlinear Dynamics of Cellular Motion in the Inner Ear Using the Short-Time Fourier and Continuous Wavelet Transforms," C. Heneghan, M. C. Teich, S. M. Khanna, and M. Ulfendahl, "Analysis of Nonlinear Cellular Dynamics in the Cochlea Using the Continuous Wavelet Transform and the Short-Time Fourier Transform," 1993C. Heneghan, M. C. Teich, S. M. Khanna, and M. Ulfendahl, "Nonlinear Dynamical Motion of Cellular Structures in the Cochlea," M. C. Teich, C. Heneghan, S. M. Khanna, Å. Flock, L. Brundin, and M. Ulfendahl, "Analysis of Dynamical Motion of Sensory Cells in the Organ of Corti using the Spectrogram," in S. M. Khanna, S. E. Keilson, M. Ulfendahl, and M. C. Teich, "Spontaneous Cellular Vibrations in the Guinea-Pig Temporal-Bone Preparation," S. E. Keilson, S. M. Khanna, M. Ulfendahl, and M. C. Teich, "Spontaneous Cellular Vibrations in the Guinea-Pig Cochlea," M. C. Teich, S. M. Khanna, and P. Guiney, "Spectral Characteristics and Synchrony in Primary Auditory-Nerve Fibers in Response to Pure-Tone Acoustic Stimuli," S. B. Lowen and M. C. Teich, "Fractal Auditory-Nerve Firing Patterns May Derive from Fractal Switching in Sensory Hair-Cell Ion Channels," in AIP Conference Proceedings 285), edited by P. H. Handel and A. L. Chung (American Institute of Physics, New York, 1993), pp. 745-748. [PDF]1992M. C. Teich, "Fractal Neuronal Firing Patterns," in S. B. Lowen and M. C. Teich, "Auditory-Nerve Action Potentials Form a Non-Renewal Point Process Over Short as Well as Long Time Scales," W. J. McGill and M. C. Teich, "Alerting Signals and Auditory Detection in Branching Chains," 1991W. J. McGill and M. C. Teich, "Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network," in W. J. McGill and M. C. Teich, "Simple Models of Sensory Transmission," 1990M. C. Teich, R. G. Turcott, and S. B. Lowen, "The Fractal Doubly Stochastic Poisson Point Process as a Model for the Cochlear Neural Spike Train," in M. C. Teich, D. H. Johnson, A. R. Kumar, and R. G. Turcott, "Rate Fluctuations and Fractional Power-Law Noise Recorded from Cells in the Lower Auditory Pathway of the Cat," 1989W. J. McGill and M. C. Teich, "A Unique Approach to Stimulus Detection Theory in Psychophysics Based Upon the Properties of Zero-Mean Gaussian Noise," W. J. McGill and M. C. Teich, "Auditory Signal Detection and Amplification in a Neural Transmission Network," M. C. Teich, S. M. Khanna, and S. E. Keilson, "Nonlinear Dynamics of Cellular Vibrations in the Organ of Corti," S. E. Keilson, M. C. Teich, and S. M. Khanna, "Models of Nonlinear Vibration. III. Oscillator with Bilinear Mass," M. C. Teich, S. E. Keilson, and S. M. Khanna, "Models of Nonlinear Vibration. II. Oscillator with Bilinear Stiffness," S. E. Keilson, M. C. Teich, and S. M. Khanna, "Models of Nonlinear Vibration. I. Oscillator with Bilinear Resistance," M. C. Teich, S. E. Keilson, and S. M. Khanna, "Rectification Models in Cochlear Transduction," S. M. Khanna and M. C. Teich, "Spectral Characteristics of the Responses of Primary Auditory-Nerve Fibers to Frequency-Modulated Signals," S. M. Khanna and M. C. Teich, "Spectral Characteristics of the Responses of Primary Auditory-Nerve Fibers to Amplitude-Modulated Signals," M. C. Teich, "Fractal Character of the Auditory Neural Spike Train," 1988M. C. Teich and R. G. Turcott, "Multinomial Pulse-Number Distributions for Neural Spikes in Primary Auditory Fibers: Theory," 1985M. C. Teich and S. M. Khanna, "Pulse-Number Distribution for the Neural Spike Train in the Cat's Auditory Nerve," 1984G. Lachs, R. Al-Shaikh, Q. Bi, R. A. Saia, and M. C. Teich, "A Neural-Counting Model Based on Physiological Characteristics of the Peripheral Auditory System. V. Application to Loudness Estimation and Intensity Discrimination," 1983G. Lachs, R. A. Saia, and M. C. Teich, "A Neural-Counting Model Based on Physiological Characteristics of the Peripheral Auditory System. IV. Application to Response of Individual Neural Fibers," M. C. Teich and G. Lachs, "A Neural-Counting Model Incorporating Refractoriness and Spread of Excitation: III. Application to Intensity Discrimination and Loudness Estimation for Variable-Bandwidth Noise Stimuli," 1981G. Lachs and M. C. Teich, "A Neural-Counting Model Incorporating Refractoriness and Spread of Excitation: II. Application to Loudness Estimation," 1979M. C. Teich and G. Lachs, "A Neural-Counting Model Incorporating Refractoriness and Spread of Excitation: I. Application to Intensity Discrimination," 1978M. C. Teich and B. I. Cantor, "Information, Error, and Imaging in Deadtime-Perturbed Doubly Stochastic Poisson Counting Systems," M. C. Teich and G. Vannucci, "Observation of Dead-Time-Modified Photocounting Distributions for Modulated Laser Radiation," G. Vannucci and M. C. Teich, "Effects of Rate Variation on the Counting Statistics of Dead-Time-Modified Poisson Processes," 1977W. J. McGill, "Optical Communications and Psychophysics," in 1976M. C. Teich and W. J. McGill, "Neural Counting and Photon Counting in the Presence of Dead Time," | ||

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