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2005 IEEE International Conference on Electro Information Technology
In this paper we introduce the use of map-seeking circuits for auditory pattern detection and classification. A map-seeking circuit is a signal processing structure used to detect a desired feature in a mixture by iteratively transforming, superposing, and comparing the composite mixture with a pattern template. The result is a mapping between the template and the position of the matched feature in the mixture. The iterative detection process is inspired by the neural connections in the humandoi:10.1109/eit.2005.1626971 fatcat:r7j7vsvfnrg3dnow7vig4iifqm