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Re: Topics for discussion

Hi  Reinhart.,

Yes, I am sure your state-of-the art summary would be of great
interest  to many list members.  When the book becomes available, you
should announce it on the list.



On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 5:11 AM, reinifrosch@xxxxxxxxxx
<reinifrosch@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Al,
> I am about to produce a cochlear-mechanics state-of-the-art
> summary similar, I hope, to what you mention. My new
> book manuscript "Introduction to Cochlear Waves" has
> been accepted by the publisher, vdf, ETH Zurich.
> Right now I am applying final corrections.
> That book is based on the work of many colleagues,
> e.g., Cooper, de Boer, Kemp, Robles and Ruggero, Yates, Zwicker.
> Reinhart.
> ----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----
> Von: al.bregman@xxxxxxxxx
> Datum: 16.03.2010 23:34
> An: <AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Betreff: Topics for discussion
> Dear list,
> I would like to remind everyone that the AUDITORY list members come
> from a variety of disciplines including experimental psychology,
> linguistics (especially phonology), infant development, brain
> sciences, music and other sonic arts, audio technology, artificial
> intelligence, robotics, computer science, and speech and hearing
> science.  For the last little while, the postings seem to have focused
> heavily on a rather technical and heated discussion of the mechanics
> of the cochlea.  It is impressive to see the enthusiasm of researchers
> on this topic, but I hope that other people will not be discouraged
> from interrupting this discussion with questions, announcements, and
> messages on other topics.
> Perhaps it would be a good idea if, when any group wishes to have a
> prolonged discussion of a highly specialized topic, they form a
> discussion group of interested parties.  It would then be of great
> interest for the list as a whole to be brought up to date on the
> thoughts, and maybe conclusions, of this specialized group if any of
> its members were willing to take the trouble to write up summaries
> from time to time.
> Best to all,
> Al
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> Reinhart Frosch,
> Dr. phil. nat.,
> r. PSI and ETH Zurich,
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