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The Development System for Auditory Modelling (DSAM) is a computational library designed specifically for producing simulations of the auditory system. It brings together many established auditory models within a flexible programming platform.

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Features

  • Flexible simulation scripting environment for Windows(tm), Linux and Mac OS.
  • Five published full auditory nerve models available both linear and non-linear.
  • Parallel processing using threads (take advantage of multiple cores).
  • Interface to Matlab code using Java - works with Matlab 2007 and later releases
  • Interface seemlessly with python using new python interface.
  • Self installing installations for Windows(tm), Ubuntu and Fedora.
  • Reads and writes most sound file formats.
  • Several cell models including efficient Hodgkin-Huxley model implementation.
  • Multi-channel data handled automatically.
  • Extensive collection of analysis and utility modules.
  • Allows segment-processing for long or continuous input.
  • Extensive manual with detailed simulation creation descriptions and comparative diagrams for modules.

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Intended Audience

Developers, Science/Research

User Interface

wxWidgets

Programming Language

C, C++, Java, Python

Registered

2009-12-24

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