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Re: Phd copy request (Weintraub 1985) (solved)

For future reference (no pun intended), I've had excellent results using interlibrary loan (ILL) services for this sort of request.  Often there is no charge or just a nominal postage fee if the request is through a public university library--at least in the United States.


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Subject: Re: Phd copy request (Weintraub 1985) (solved)

Thank you for your answers.

Unfortunately it is not freely available but I was pointed to:
where one can find it for 39$ (pdf) - 46$ (hardcopy)


Marc escribió, El 31/10/2008 11:27:
> Dear all,
> I am looking for a copy of the following PhD:
> Weintraub, M., 1985, A theory and computational model of auditory 
> monaural sound separation, Ph.D.
> Dissertation, Stanford University Department of Electrical Engineering.
> To see the details of the resynthesis method used by Guy J. Brown and 
> Martin Cooke 1994 in
> "Computational auditory scene analysis" (apparently inverting the output 
> of the gammatone filters).
> I can't have access to it through the net and the libraries of my town...
> Does anybody know where this phd might be accessible?
> Thanks in advance,
> Marc
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