tuning curve

tuning curve

a graph of auditory threshold intensity at various frequencies for a single neuron.

tun·ing curve

(tūn'ing kŭrv)
A graph of acoustic threshold intensity at various frequencies for a single neuron.
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The plot depicts the tuning curve and represents the "receptive field" of the nerve from which the data were obtained.
The tuning curve describes the combinations of these sounds that activate the nerve fiber, and it is obvious that each of these examples respond over a different range of frequencies.
The regions of activity represented by the boundaries of the tuning curve can be viewed as a filter.
Our new products address customer demands for large frequency ranges, low phase noise, a linear tuning curve and insensitivity to load conditions.
Both tuning curves track the black body curve closely and brightness is adjustable from 100% to less than 0.
6] However, Robertson was able to demonstrate changes in the tuning curves of single spiral ganglion cells in the guinea pig basilar membrane after removal of perilymph.
I found YARC's software, particularly the ICC Tuning curves, excellent; I was able to get a 98% match to a 4-color contract proof under 5000K light in less than 20 minutes.