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Author Fastl, H. (Hugo), 1944-
Title Psychoacoustics : facts and models / Hugo Fastl, Eberhard Zwicker.
Imprint Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2007.
Edition Third edition.

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Author Fastl, H. (Hugo), 1944-
Series Springer series in information sciences, 0720-678X ; 22
Springer series in information sciences ; 22. 0720-678X
Subject Psychoacoustics.
Psychoacoustics.
Hearing -- physiology.
Alt Name Zwicker, Eberhard.
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Author Fastl, H. (Hugo), 1944-
Series Springer series in information sciences, 0720-678X ; 22
Springer series in information sciences ; 22. 0720-678X
Subject Psychoacoustics.
Psychoacoustics.
Hearing -- physiology.
Alt Name Zwicker, Eberhard.
Description 1 online resource (xii, 462 pages) : illustrations.
polychrome rdacc
Edition Third edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 369-428) and index.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2011.
System Details Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212
Summary 1. Stimuli and procedures --2. Hearing area --3. Information processing in the auditory system --4. Masking --5. Pitch and pitch strength --6. Critical bands and excitation --7. Just-noticeable sound changes --8. Loudness --9. Sharpness and sensory pleasantness --10. Fluctuation strength --11. Roughness --12. Subjective duration --13. Rhythm --14. The ear's own nonlinear distortion --15. Binaural hearing --16. Examples of application.
Offers a unique, comprehensive summary of information 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, for which quantitative models are given, as well as an unequalled collection of data on the human hearing system as a receiver of acoustic information. In addition, many examples of the practical application of the results of basic research in fields such as noise control, audiology, or sound quality engineering are detailed. The third edition includes an additional chapter on audio-visual interactions and applications, plus more on applications throughout. Acoustic demonstrations on a CD included with this edition further illustrate and amplify basic and applied psychoacoustic phenomena.
Contents Machine derived contents note: I Stimuli and Procedures I -- 1.1 Temporal and Spectral Characteristics of Sound I -- 1.2 Presentation of Sounds by Loudspeakers and Earphones 5 -- 1.3 Methods and Procedures 8 -- 4 Stimulih. Sensations, and Data Averaging -- 2 Hearing Area 17 -- 2A1 Threshold in Quiet 19 -- 3 Information Processing in the Auditory System : 23 -- 0.1 Preprocesising of Sound in the Periphe ra] Syst rn 23 -- 3.i.I 23 -- 3.1,1 Hf-ad amd Outer Ear 23 -- 31.2f Middle Far 24 -- 3.1.3 Inner ar 25 -- 3 1.4 Oto coustic Emissions 3 -- 3.1 5 lModel of the Nonlinear Preprocessing Systemn 50 -- 3.2 i foruauton Processing in the Nervous Svstem 58 -- 4 Masking i61 -- 41 Naskin of Pie Ton -- bv Noise, 2 -- 4.1 1 Pure nes M asked by Broad-Bandwl Noise, 62 -- 4.1.2 Poue Tones Misked by Na.rrow Balnd Noise 64 -- 4 13 Pire Tones Masked by Low-Pass or High-Pass Noise 66 -- 4.2 Maski inf of Plure Tones by Tones 66G -- 42.1 iPure Iones Masked b Pure loes 67 -- 412.2 Pue Tonies Masked bY Complex Tones 71 -- L4.3 Ps-C toacioiuscil ITing Curves, .4 -- 7 411 1 a TC -- 4A4 lenpo-al Effc, 78 -- 41-.1 Sinumhoneois AM ini, i.g. 79 -- 4.42 Pri askin 8 -- 1.4 1enporal M asking Ratterns 84 -- 4.4'5 Mw ilt lPeriod -aMtertns 93 -- L46 Puk ation Tla sold 7 -- 4 4.7 NIixed Sw ectra and Tcomporal Maskimng 102 -- 4.5 -'Addtin" of AMasking 103 -- 4,5. 1 "Addlition" of S multaneous Masklnyg, 103 -- 45.2 "Addition- of Po-stmas.khng H. -- 4.6 Models of NMaisking 106 -- 4,6.1 P ychoaco<sticl Model of Sinmltaneous Masking 107 -- 46.2 Psychoa to st ica M.odel of Norn-simultaneous Masking . 108 -- 40.63 Ma -sing Described in C(ochlear Active -- Feedlback Models, . 109 -- 3 litch and -Pitch Strength 1 -- 5A 1 PitCi of Pulr e Tneos 111 -- T 1, atio Pit ' 11I -- 5. 2 Pitch Shifts 113 -- 5,2 i vode ot Spect ra Pitch 116 -- 153 Pitch of Complex Toes 119 -- 5A Model tof Virt ual Pitch 123 -- 5.5 Pitch (of Noise, 125 -- 516 Acoustic After Iniage (7 Zwicker-tone) 30 --,7 Pitch Strngth 1 35 -- 6 Critical Bands and Excitation, 149 -- 6.1 Metbods for b the Deternihnation -- of the Critical B ANidth 150 -- 62 Critical-Mima l Rate Sc. 158 -- 6. 3 it ca Bid Level aind Exci tation Level, 165 -- 4 ExcitatiNon Level versus Critical-Band Rate -- vTSus Time Pat te 172 -- 7 iJu st-Notic eable Sound Changes 175 -- 1 Just Noticeable Changes in Amplitude, 175 -- 71 lthreshold of Amplitude Variation 17 -- 7.1 2 Jnst-Notice nable Level Differernce 180 -- 7.2 Just-Noticeable Cha nges in Frequency. 182 -- 7.2.1 T hreshold for Fr equency Varia 182 -- 71 2 J st-Notic eable Reqency Differines, 185 -- 7.3 Just-Notimable flPase Differeces, 188 -- 71 Influence of Partial Masking on Just-Not iceable Changes 192 -- 75 Models of WOMANie Changes o, 194 -- 75 ModAIN for Ju st- Noticeabl ariations 194 -- 75.2 Mol for Just-Noticeable Differences 201 -- 8 Loudness 203 -- Si L, L W203 -- 842 Ljoydhss FuM ti 205 -- 81 Spowtra Effects, i 208 -- 8.4 Spectrally Par i asked Loudness. 214 -- 85 Temp oral Effects 216 -- 8.6 I(porally Partial Masked Loudness 219 -- 8.7 Model of Loudness 220 -- 8 7 Specif Loudaess 223 -- 8 & 7.2 Loudness Suimmation (Spectral and Tmciporal) 226 -- 8.73 Louw ipes Calculation and Loudness Meters 233 -- 9 Shar, ness and r.-s.isory Pleasantness -- 9.1 Depedencie of Slrpness 219 -- 9.2 Model of Sharpuuess p241 -- 9.3 Dependencies of Sensory Pleasantness 243 -- 9 4 Model of Sensory Pleasantness s 245 -- 10 Fluctuation Strength 247 -- 0.1 Dependencies of Fluctuation Strength 247 -- 10.2 Model of Fluctuatio Stregth. 253 -- 11 RNughness 257 -- 11 1 Depern;Wes of Roughness 257 -- 11.2 Model of n ess 261 -- 12 Subjective Duration 265 -- 12.1 Dependencies of Subjective Duration 265 -- 12.2 Model of Subjective Duration 268 -- 13 Rhyth 271 -- 13.1 Dependencies of Rhythm 271 -- 1.2 Model of Rhytiin 275 -- 14 The Ear's Own Nonlinear Distortion. 277 -- 14.1 Em Order Distortions 279 -- 11,2 O d Order DistortinS 282 -- 143 IModels of Nonlinear Distortions 286 -- 15: Binaural liecrin3g 2 -- 15 i3im irl-l Mf a i ni. 2% l /:- ̂ \ -- 15 1 .1 st-Notibeae iter nraIb Delay . -- 15.2 Biri Jaur. A Aasking-b-pevei Differences 295 -- "1k.5.21 Depundeucies oPMLDs Th9 -- 1.2.2 AlodeI of D3 S,2 -- atr: aotion -- 15.4 Localhzaton 39 -- 1.5.5 Binaural Lom-ud.es 311 -- 16 Examples of -ppltication 315 -- 16. Noise AbaWmenit 3 r it15 -- 16.1,1 Lodness i\ Weasurement 317 -- 16.1.2 Evaluation of Noise Emissions 320 -- 16 1. 3 Evaluotion of Noise hmnims->iovs 323 -- 16.1. Evaluation of Son rd Qua1ity 327 -- 16.1- C(ognritive Effects: identifiicaon o[Soun Soiuce 3:30 -- 16.2 Appl ichaions in Audiology, v, ., ., ., . 333 -- 16 .2. I(t n st ic Emissions 334 -- M6I.2 Vining OCurves 336 -- 1623 A4nplitude Resolution 340 --].6y24 Tomporad Rpsolutim, y 341, -- 1625 Temporal Integration 347 -- 16-2.6 LcmdiipssY Suu-mabio and flcnfitrent 348 -- 16.y2.7 Speech1 in 1a 1 352 -- 16028 Localisation witfi Hearing Instruments 356 -- 1.6 [Hearing Ads. 356 -- 16.4 Broax! cxwhig vag! Cogm(nicatiou Systems 359 -- 16,5 Spteech o ton 361 -- 16,6 M\ usical Acouis tics 362 -- 16,7 Toom Acoustics 366 -- Literatue 36.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783540688884
3540688889
9783540231592 (acid-free paper)
3540231595 (acid-free paper)
9783540735274
3540735275
OCLC # 184984467
Additional Format Print version: Fastl, H. (Hugo), 1944- Psychoacoustics. 3rd ed. Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2007 9783540231592 3540231595 (DLC) 2006934622 (OCoLC)61260695


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