if you don't set constraints on digital analysis, it can always
outperform a human on any task (assuming you can come up with a smart
enough algorithm). And a human shouldn't be able to do better than
theory predicts - unless the theory is wrong...
Michael Fulton wrote:
Could anyone please direct me to any literature on what are
the comparative limits of :
1) Time/frequency resolution for digital signal spectral analysis , as
(sort of) governed by Heisenberg's uncertainty principle with relation
to the duration, sampling rate, frequency content and bandwidth of the
2) The limits of the ability of the human ear to distinquish between
frequency/pitch and the exact time location of sounds, more or less the
same task as above.
Essentially,can a human ear outperform digital ( or even theoretical
analysis ) of sounds.
Especially, in areas such as pitch discrimination and temporal
localisiation of events and not signal separation or some higher level
analysis of the sound.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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