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Brian 2, an intuitive and efficient neural simulator

Marcel Stimberg, Romain Brette, Dan FM Goodman
2019 eLife  
Brian 2 allows scientists to simply and efficiently simulate spiking neural network models.  ...  The second option cannot describe all aspects of a computational experiment, such as the potentially complex logic of a stimulation protocol.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the following contributors for having made contributions, big or small, to the Brian 2 code or documentation: Moritz Augustin, Victor Benichoux, Werner Beroux, Edward Betts, Daniel  ... 
doi:10.7554/elife.47314 pmid:31429824 pmcid:PMC6786860 fatcat:cvyfp4pr6fc2tcytdkndihhtv4

Automatic infant cry analysis and recognition

Qiaobing Xie
1994
This dissertation is a report of my investigation on introducing modern speech process ing/recognition techniques to the field of infant cry research, and on developing efficient and effective methodologies  ...  Based on the cry phonemes, I further define a composite parameter, the H-value, which can be calculated from the cry signal, and is found to be a reliable indicator of the distress level of the infant.  ...  Results As mentioned above, each of the 58 cries was segmented and labeled into sequences of "cry phonemes", with the aid of our computer graphics tool.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0065020 fatcat:y2d2xoo3kvhypairjpjbkqhi54