A physiological auditory model is described. The model simulates a processing of a sound by an outer, middle and inner ear. The nonlinear inner ear model comprises the cochlear frequency selectivity model and the inner hair cells model proposed according to mammalian physiological data. A capability of the auditory model to simulate human psychophysical masking data is verified.
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