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The hearing process of the ear consists of two parts, the first part is related to the ear and its anatomy and the second part is related to the sound and its properties.Therefore, it is expected that there are a number of factors and variables, including those related to the ear, including sound related to the audio process.In this study, the effect of two of these factors on the otoacoustic emission is studied in general and in particular the frequency map.The relationship between frequency and quality factor is examined by changing the stimulus level.
Keywords: Hear process; Frequency map; Stimulus level; Sound.