Stefan Strahl, Ph.D. M.Sc. Dipl.-Math.

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Area:
auditory system, neural coding, cochlear implants, objective measures, signal processing, signal coding
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Michael Elstob grad student 1998-1999 Brunel University
 (MSc Intelligent Systems)
Steffen Rosahl grad student 2003-2003 Leibniz University of Hannover
 (Diplomthesis "Three-dimensional extraction and fractal interpolation of the human cortex surface")
Alfred Mertins grad student 2003-2006 Carl-von-Ossietzky University Oldenburg
 (International Graduate School for Neurosensory Science and Systems)
David McAlpine post-doc 2007-2007 UCL Ear Institute
 (MRC Discipline Hopper)
Georg Klump post-doc 2008-2008 Carl-von-Ossietzky University Oldenburg
 (SFB/TRR 31: The Active Auditory System)
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Strahl S, Hansen H, Mertins A. (2011) A dynamic fine-grain scalable compression scheme with application to progressive audio coding Ieee Transactions On Audio, Speech and Language Processing. 19: 14-23
Strahl S, Mertins A. (2009) Analysis and design of gammatone signal models. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 126: 2379-89
Hansen H, Strahl S, Mertins A. (2009) Fine-grain scalable audio coding based on envelope restoration and the SPIHT algorithm Dsp 2009: 16th International Conference On Digital Signal Processing, Proceedings
Strahl S, Mertins A. (2008) Sparse gammatone signal model optimized for English speech does not match the human auditory filters. Brain Research. 1220: 224-33
Strahl S, Zhou H, Mertins A. (2005) An adaptive tree-based progressive audio compression scheme Ieee Workshop On Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics. 219-222
Zhou H, Mertins A, Strahl S. (2005) An efficient, fine-grain scalable audio compression scheme Audio Engineering Society - 118th Convention Spring Preprints 2005. 4: 1855-1862
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