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Phase-alignment of delayed sensory signals by adaptive filters

  • Dennis J. McFarland (a1)

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Correction of sensory transmission delays is an intractable problem, since there is no absolute reference for calibration. Phase-alignment is a practical alternative solution and can be realized by adaptive filters that operate locally with simple error signals.

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Haykin, S. (1996) Adaptive filter theory Prentice Hall.
Vatakis, A., Navarra, J., Soto-Faraco, S. & Spence, C. (2007) Temporal recalibration during asynchronous audiovisual speech perception. Experimental Brain Research 181:173–81.

Phase-alignment of delayed sensory signals by adaptive filters

  • Dennis J. McFarland (a1)

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