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> > Another advantage
> > of wavelet filtering is its property of separating bands with quality
> > factor (Q) constant over the frequency axis, in a way the basilar membrane
> > in
> > the inner ear also resolves frequency bands. This property makes wavelets
> > closer to ear's acoustic pre-processing, on stages before neural
> > processing.
> Is the nature of the advantage that (1) a person examining wavelet
> analysis output is observing "how the ear experiences the sound", or (2)
> the method is more economical by ignoring detail that goes beyond
> the resolving properties of the ear, or (3) both?
I'd be interested in any pointers to journal articles or web site
research presentations or books on this topic.