Auditory Models (Christian Spevak )

Subject: Auditory Models
From:    Christian Spevak  <cspevak(at)HOTMAIL.COM>
Date:    Wed, 17 Nov 1999 14:01:40 -0000

Thank you very much for all the references I received to my questions = about a review of auditory models. Here is a summary of your replies: Cooke, Martin: Modelling Auditory Processing and Organisation Cambridge University Press, 1993 =20 H. Hawkins, T. McMullen, A.N. Popper, R.R. Fay: Auditory Computation Springer Verlag, 1995. Dick Lyon suggested Malcolm Slaney's publications and some of his own papers Martin Vestergaard: Last year (July 1-12) there was a conference in Tuscany on Computational Hearing, where Steven Greenberg (steveng(at)ICSI.Berkeley.EDU) was on the Organising Committee. For that event a quite comprehensive two-volume = course reader was put together that comprises an excellent collection of = scientific papers on this very topic. In case additional copies are still available = you might be able to get such one. John Beerends: If you want to measure audio and speech quality with such an auditory = model these ref's may be of interest. The first ref also contains ref's to well known other models. [1] J. G. Beerends and J. A. Stemerdink, A perceptual audio quality = measure based on a psychoacoustic sound representation, J. Audio Eng. Soc. 40:963-978, December 1992 [2] J. G. Beerends and J. A. Stemerdink, A perceptual speech quality = measure based on a psychoacoustic sound representation. J. Audio Eng. Soc. 42:115-123, March 1994 [3] J. G. Beerends, Audio quality determination based on perceptual measurement techniques, in M. Kahrs and K. Brandenburg, editors, Applications of Digital Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics, The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, Volume 437, Kluwer Academic = Publishers, Boston, March 1998 (equivalent to KPN Research publication 96-607). [4] ITU-R Recommendation BS.1387, Method for objective measurements of perceived audio quality, December 1998. John Lazzaro: Here are some links about analog VLSI implementations of auditory = models: -------------------------------------------------------------------------= ---- Christian Spevak University of Hertfordshire, Music Department College Lane, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 9AB, UK Tel: 0044 1707 28 4442, Fax: 0044 1707 28 5098 cspevak(at) -------------------------------------------------------------------------= -----

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