Modeling the electrode–neuron interface of cochlear implants: Effects of neural survival, electrode placement, and the partial tripolar configuration
Hearing Research, pp. 93-104, 2010.
The partial tripolar electrode configuration is a relatively novel stimulation strategy that can generate more spatially focused electric fields than the commonly used monopolar configuration. Focused stimulation strategies should improve spectral resolution in cochlear implant users, but may also be more sensitive to local irregularities...More
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