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Fig. 2

From: Fine-grain recordings of the electrically evoked compound action potential amplitude growth function in cochlear implant recipients

Fig. 2

Comparison of the standard clinical and the quasi-continuous fine-grain paradigm. The number of single stimuli and time needed to record an AGF was the same for both paradigms. a (left): Averaging over several repetitions and big step size of stimulation amplitude leads to a coarse AGF; b (right): Single stimuli and considerably smaller step size leads to a fine-grain AGF

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