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>From tothl Mon Mar 24 12:52:04 +0100 1997 remote from inf.u-szeged.hu Date: Mon, 24 Mar 1997 12:52:04 +0100 (MET) From: Toth Laszlo <tothl(at)inf.u-szeged.hu> X-Sender: tothl(at)csilla To: "Linda A. Seltzer" <lseltzer(at)PHOENIX.PRINCETON.EDU> cc: Multiple recipients of list AUDITORY <AUDITORY(at)MCGILL1.BITNET> Subject: Re: Wavelet discussion Message-ID: <Pine.SV4.3.91.970324123748.4591B-100000(at)csilla> MIME-Version: 1.0 Received: from inf.u-szeged.hu by inf.u-szeged.hu; Mon, 24 Mar 1997 12:52 MET Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII Content-Length: 1525 On Fri, 21 Mar 1997, Linda A. Seltzer wrote: > Please note that my request for bibliographic citations or Internet > website URL's was specifically for articles on wavelet models of > basilar membrane processing. I was not seeking general bibliographic > information on wavelets or a general list of references on hearing. > > Linda Seltzer > An article which might be interesting for you: I. Pinter: Perceptual wavelet-representation of speech signals and its application to speech enhancement, Computer Speech and Language, (1996) 10, pp. 1-22 "...In this paper the so-called perceptual wavelet transform is introduced... Although the proposed transform has been derived heuristically - namely, to be optimal in the perceptual frequency scale in Gabor-sense and to perform a 1 CB speech analysis - it appears that this is a self-invertible, overcomplete, shiftable transform..." ****************************************************************************** * Toth Laszlo * * * Hungarian Academy of Sciences * "In our life there's if * * Research Group on Artificial Intelligence * In our beliefs there's lie * * * In our business there's sin * * e-mail: tothl(at)inf.u-szeged.hu * In our bodies there's die" * * http://www.inf.u-szeged.hu/~tothl * * ******************************************************************************

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