Re: Phd copy request (Weintraub 1985) (solved) (Rick )


Subject: Re: Phd copy request (Weintraub 1985) (solved)
From:    Rick  <ricknance@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Tue, 4 Nov 2008 10:09:26 -0600
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yeah. once out of the university, research gets a bit pricey. OK, not really pricey as much as near impossible. (whine, whinge, pout, etc.) r On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 10:03 AM, Marc Vinyes <marcl@xxxxxxxx> wrote: > Thank you for your answers. > > Unfortunately it is not freely available but I was pointed to: > http://disexpress.umi.com/dxweb > where one can find it for 39$ (pdf) - 46$ (hardcopy) > > MarC > > Marc Vinyes escribió, El 31/10/2008 11:27: >> >> Dear all, >> >> I am looking for a copy of the following PhD: >> Weintraub, M., 1985, A theory and computational model of auditory monaural >> sound separation, Ph.D. >> Dissertation, Stanford University Department of Electrical Engineering. >> >> To see the details of the resynthesis method used by Guy J. Brown and >> Martin Cooke 1994 in >> "Computational auditory scene analysis" (apparently inverting the output >> of the gammatone filters). >> >> I can't have access to it through the net and the libraries of my town... >> Does anybody know where this phd might be accessible? >> >> Thanks in advance, >> >> Marc Vinyes Raso >> http://m.drwx.org >> >> __________ Información de ESET Smart Security, versión de la base de >> firmas de virus 3572 (20081031) __________ >> >> ESET Smart Security ha comprobado este mensaje. >> http://www.eset.com >> >> >> > -- ====================== Rick Nance PlasticMusic.Net


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