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Encoding pitch contours using current steering
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FIG. 1.

9-contour PCI scores as a function of stimulus duration. Different symbols and line types show the data for individual subjects. The thick solid lines represent the group mean. The gray horizontal lines indicate the 95% boundary for chance performance set by the binomial distribution (cumulative binomial probabilities). Performance on the apical, medial, and basal electrode pairs are shown in the left, middle, and right panels, respectively.

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FIG. 2.

Confusion matrix from all subjects across the 3 electrode pairs for the 100-ms pitch contours. The percentages of pitch contour responses to target pitch contours are represented by the width of each bubble. The total number of each stimulus and response is shown on the right and bottom of the confusion matrix, respectively.

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FIG. 3.

Confusion matrix from all subjects across the 3 electrode pairs for the 1000-ms pitch contours. The percentages of pitch contour responses to target pitch contours are represented by the width of each bubble. The total number of each stimulus and response is shown on the right and bottom of the confusion matrix, respectively.

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FIG. 4.

3-contour PCI scores as a function of stimulus duration. Different symbols and line types show the data for individual subjects. The thick solid lines represent the group mean. The gray horizontal lines indicate the 95% boundary for chance performance set by the binomial distribution (cumulative binomial probabilities). Performance on the apical, medial, and basal electrode pairs are shown in the left, middle, and right panels, respectively.

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FIG. 5.

Cumulative values for virtual channel discrimination on the apical, medial, and basal electrode pairs. Different symbols show the data for individual subjects. The horizontal lines represent the group mean.

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FIG. 6.

9-contour PCI scores as a function of cumulative values for virtual channel discrimination. Different panels show the 9-contour PCI scores with different stimulus durations. The filled circles represent individual subjects’ performance on individual electrode pairs. The solid lines show the linear regressions between the cumulative values and the 9-contour PCI scores. Significant correlations are indicated by underlining the values within each panel.

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FIG. 7.

3-contour PCI scores as a function of cumulative values for virtual channel discrimination. Different panels show the 3-contour PCI scores with different stimulus durations. The filled circles represent individual subjects’ performance on individual electrode pairs. The solid lines show the linear regressions between the cumulative values and the 3-contour PCI scores. Significant correlations are indicated by underlining the values within each panel.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Subject demographic details.

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TABLE II.

Pitch contour details.

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TABLE III.

Confusion matrices (i.e., percentages of responses to stimuli) from all subjects across the 3 electrode pairs for the first and second parts of the 100-ms pitch contours.

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TABLE IV.

Confusion matrices (i.e., percentages of responses to stimuli) from all subjects across the 3 electrode pairs for the first and second parts of the 1000-ms pitch contours.

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2010-09-03
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Scitation: Encoding pitch contours using current steering
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