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Re: [AUDITORY] Computational models of pitch


The point at which I would start is Alain de Cheveigne's chapter in the
Plack, Oxenham, Fay & Popper book published by Springer in 2005. It will
provide you with educated help to direct your search for the optimal


On 7/11/13 5:58 AM, "Bruno L. Giordano" <brungio@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Dear list,
>I am looking for physiologically plausible algorithms for the
>computation of pitch that include one or multiple temporal-integration
>constants (ideally, leaky integration).
>Any recommendation for publicly available packages, or suggestion on the
>authors that I could contact to obtain relevant code would be greatly
>Thank you.
>	Bruno
>Bruno L. Giordano, PhD
>Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology
>58 Hillhead Street, University of Glasgow
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