Psychoacoustics: Facts and Models
Psychoacoustics - Facts and Models represents a comprehensive collection of data describing the processing of sound by the human hearing system. It includes quantitative relations between sound stimuli and auditory perception in terms of hearing sensations. In addition, quantitative psychoacoustic models of hearing sensations are given. The monograph contains a unique collection of data on the human hearing system as a receiver of acoustic information as well as many examples of the practical application of the results of basic research in fields such as audiology, noise evaluation, and sound engineering. Many helpful hints for the solution of practical problems will be of particular benefit to engineers, and the book as a whole should serve as an important benchmark in the field of psychoacoustics. The treatment given in this second edition has been thoroughly updated with recent results.
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Hearing Area 17
Information Processing in the Auditory System
Pitch and Pitch Strength
Critical Bands and Excitation
JustNoticeable Sound Changes 175
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1-kHz tone abscissa Acoust Acustica amplitude modulation audible Bark basilar membrane BMLDs broad-band noise centre frequency complex tones corresponding critical band critical bandwidth critical-band rate pattern cut-off frequency decreases dependence displayed in Fig dotted effect equal-loudness contours excitation level versus fluctuation strength frequency modulation frequency separation hearing system helicotrema high frequencies increases increment indicated interquartile ranges level difference level versus critical-band loudness level low frequencies low-pass noise lower masked threshold masker level measured modulation frequency narrow-band noise nonlinear otoacoustic emissions outlined in Fig panel parameter partially masked phase pitch shift postmasking produced psychoacoustical pure tones quency scale shown in Fig shows signal solid lines sound pressure level specific loudness subjective duration temporal masking temporal masking pattern test tone test-tone burst test-tone frequency threshold in quiet tone burst tuning curves uniform exciting noise versus critical-band rate virtual pitch white noise Zwicker