My opinion-the technology may be close, but a verified model of cochlear
mechanics is still up for grabs and that's vital before attempting
implementation. Refer to this (superb) website for some in-depth discussion
of cochlear mechanisms and the complexity of the task before you.
David - hearing novice
"Bart Braem" <Braempje at Netscape.Net> wrote in message
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> Dear people,
>> Would it be possible to build an artificial implementation of the
> cochlea? We are trying to use it to get a measuring system for the
> sound spectrum of speakers without using the Fourier analyse. As you
> might have guessed, it's an experiment for a university, but we would
> like to know if it is possible, otherwise we are going to waste time.
> Thank you in advance for any answers,
>> Bart Braem
>Bart.Braem at Ruca.Ua.Ac.Be>