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Analysis of parameters for the estimation of loudness from tone-burst otoacoustic emissions
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FIG. 1.

AMSE between loudness measured using CMM and loudness estimated from TBOAEs in response to 1-kHz tone bursts using a rectangular analysis window. The plots show AMSE as a function of window delay, with each curve representing different window sizes and each plot representing a different -ratio.

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FIG. 2.

AMSE between loudness measured using CMM and loudness estimated from TBOAEs in response to 1-kHz tone bursts using a Hanning analysis window. The plots show AMSE as a function of window delay, with each curve representing different window sizes and each plot representing a different -ratio.

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FIG. 3.

AMSE between loudness measured using CMM and loudness estimated from TBOAEs in response to 4-kHz tone bursts using a Hanning analysis window. The plots show AMSE as a function of window delay, with each curve representing different window sizes and each plot representing a different -ratio.

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FIG. 4.

MSE between loudness measured using CMM and loudness estimated from the response of the coupler to 1-kHz tone bursts using a Hanning analysis window. The plots show AMSE as a function of window delay, with each curve representing different window sizes and each plot representing a different -ratio.

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FIG. 5.

MSE between loudness measured using CMM and loudness estimated from the response of the coupler to 4-kHz tone bursts using a Hanning analysis window. The plots show AMSE as a function of window delay, with each curve representing different window sizes and each plot representing a different -ratio.

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FIG. 6.

Loudness resulting from 1-kHz tone bursts as a function of level for estimates derived from TBOAEs and for direct loudness measurements using CMM. Several loudness estimates for the TBOAEs are plotted, each for a different window delay. This analysis was performed with a 20-ms Hanning window and an -ratio of 2. Error bars show ±1 standard deviation.

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FIG. 7.

Loudness resulting from 4-kHz tone bursts as a function of level for estimates derived from TBOAEs and for direct loudness measurements using CMM. Several loudness estimates for the TBOAEs are plotted, each for a different window delay. This analysis was performed with a 20-ms Hanning window and an -ratio of 2. Error bars show ±1 standard deviation.

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FIG. 8.

Loudness as a function of level derived from CMM and Hanning-windowed TBOAEs in response to 1- and 4-kHz stimuli (The 4-kHz CMM data points are offset by 1 dB so that the error bars are visible). In addition, the INEX model loudness function is plotted for comparison with loudness measurements in the literature. Error bars show ±1 standard deviation.

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FIG. 9.

TBOAE latency estimates as a function of level for both the real ears and coupler in response to 1- and 4-kHz stimuli. Error bars show ±1 standard deviation.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Variance accounted for by using the CMM 1-kHz data and INEX function as models of the results of CMM and TBOAEs.

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Scitation: Analysis of parameters for the estimation of loudness from tone-burst otoacoustic emissions
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/125/6/10.1121/1.3106531
10.1121/1.3106531
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