Amateur question

Ron Blue rcb5 at email.msn.com
Thu Mar 9 17:37:38 EST 2000


http://msnhomepages.talkcity.com/LaGrangeLn/ronaldblue/index.html
Yes, I believe the answer to your question is Correlational Opponent
Processing at
the above site.
Ron Blue

"Steve Ungstad" <steve_ungstad at hp.com> wrote in message
news:38C72186.4D241A13 at hp.com...
>
> Question for the pro's:
>
> It occurs to me that the Cochlea function depends on a differential wave
> velocity in the two sides of the spiral. Is this know to be true and is
> there a hearing dysfunction that is the result of the loss of some
> special low velocity fluid in one half? I am assuming that the stimuli
> peaks where the differential velocity produces a 180 degree differential
> across the separating membrane. Is there a mechanism that drives the two
> half's with an initial phase difference?
>
> Just curious,
> Steve Ungstad
>
> steve_ungstad at agilent.com
>
>
>








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