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Volume 3062,
Issue 1,
27 February 2024

AIP Conference Proceedings has been a trusted publishing partner for more than 40 years, delivering fast, affordable, and versatile publishing for maximum exposure of your meeting’s key research. Our conference proceedings program reports the findings presented at scientific meetings from large international conferences to small specialist workshops. Subject areas span the physical sciences, including physics, math, chemistry, materials science, and engineering.

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John J. Guinan, Jr
There are two kinds of cochlear amplification: “non-propagating amplification” that is widespread but doesn’t couple to the traveling wave, and “traveling-wave amplification” that enables wide-band ...
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Nigel P. Cooper, Anna Vavakou et al.
One-dimensional measurements of sound-evoked motion were made using optical coherence tomography (OCT) in the high frequency, basal turn of the cochlea in deeply anesthetized guinea-pigs. Wideband ...
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Marcel van der Heijden, Anna Vavakou et al.
Using optical coherence tomography (OCT) vibrometry we studied wave propagation by recording at multiple longitudinal positions in the gerbil and guinea pig cochlea. Our aims are to (1) fully portray ...
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Mohammad Shokrian, Douglas Kelley et al.
Mammalian auditory epithelium (the organ of Corti) stands out among different inner-ear epithelia in that it has large extracellular fluid spaces such as the tunnel of Corti, Nuel’s space, outer ...
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Renata Sisto, Daniele Belardinelli et al.
Two hydrodynamic effects are introduced in the standard transmission-line formalism, the focusing of the pressure and fluid velocity fields near the basilar membrane and the viscous damping at the ...
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