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Addendum to 'Generalized Fractional-Octave Smoothing of Audio and Acoustic Responses'

@article{Hatziantoniou2000AddendumT,
  title={Addendum to 'Generalized Fractional-Octave Smoothing of Audio and Acoustic Responses'},
  author={Panagiotis D. Hatziantoniou and John Mourjopoulos},
  journal={Journal of The Audio Engineering Society},
  year={2000},
  volume={48},
  pages={940-940}
}
A methodology is introduced for smoothing the complex transfer function of measured responses using well-established or arbitrary fractional-octave profiles, based on a novel time-frequency mapping framework. A corresponding impulse response, also derived analytically, has reduced complexity but conforms to perceptual principles. The relationship be tween complex smoothing and traditional power spectral smoothing is also discussed. 
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