Re: An Auditory Illusion (Jont Allen )

Subject: Re: An Auditory Illusion
From:    Jont Allen  <jba(at)RESEARCH.ATT.COM>
Date:    Wed, 30 Apr 1997 16:19:04 -0400

Al Bregman wrote: > > I think, then, that your experiments on VTE force us to the conclusion > that the speech processor is not a homogeneous serial mechanism. It seems > likely that there is a stage that is preattentive and operates on > concurrent auditory streams in parallel. > > Regards, > > Al > Al, In my 1994 paper in the IEEE Trans. on Speech and Audio Processing (Vol 2, #4, Oct, pp 567-576) I conclude that based on Fletcher's AI experiments, partial phone features must be extracted independently. For example, at the top of section VI I say: "Somehow the early CNS forms independent error estimates of features across frequency ...." My question is, could we be talking about the same thing? Could the "concurrent audiory streams in parallel" just be the different articulation channels across frequency? Jont -- Jont B. Allen, Room 2D553 --- 600 Mountain AV, Murray Hill NJ, 07974; 908/582-3157

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