Appendix re. Schouten's triangle, etc. ("John K. Bates" )

Subject: Appendix re. Schouten's triangle, etc.
From:    "John K. Bates"  <jkbates(at)COMPUTER.NET>
Date:    Mon, 5 Feb 2001 21:36:18 -0500

Dear List, Since some of the references to my essay "How to hear everything and listen to anything" were far from the beaten path, it seemed to be a good idea to make them available. This was especially true for my reference to Schouten's "triangle" of auditory research because his chapter's book has been out of print for more than two decades. The best way I could do this was to scan my photocopy and recreate it. To keep it short, visually clear, and relevant to the topic, I have transcribed by OCR the portion of his text that deals with the issues of auditory research and of his opinions of temporal vs. spectral analysis. Those of you who have viewed with askance my assessment of current progress in CASA or ASA might be interested in Schouten's opinions on this subject. This may be found as an appendix that I have added to my essay at <>. While the paper by Voelcker should be available in libraries or archives, I have suggested two alternative references that seem to bear more to the subject of practical applications of zero crossing theory. Best wishes John Bates Time/Space Systems Pleasantville, NY

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