The Physics of Hearing
by T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth
Publisher: arXiv 2014
Number of pages: 87
To detect and process sound, the ear employs a highly nonlinear, adaptive, real-time spectral analyzer: the cochlea. Sound excites vibration of the eardrum and the three miniscule bones of the middle ear, the last of which acts as a piston to initiate oscillatory pressure changes within the liquid-filled chambers of the cochlea.
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