Critical bandwidth and consonance: Their operational definitions in relation to cochlear nonlinearity and combination tones

@article{Greenwood1991CriticalBA,
  title={Critical bandwidth and consonance: Their operational definitions in relation to cochlear nonlinearity and combination tones},
  author={Dr. D. Greenwood},
  journal={Hearing Research},
  year={1991},
  volume={54},
  pages={209-246}
}
A recent paper (Greenwood, 1990) reviewed cochlear coordinates in several species in relation to empirical frequency-position functions (Greenwood, 1961b, 1974b), one of which well fits the Békésy-Skarstein human cochlear map (Békésy, 1960; Kringlebotn et al, 1979). This increased the independence of the human function from the psychoacoustic data originally used to construct it and encouraged a second assessment of the relations of similar psychoacoustically significant bandwidths to distance… CONTINUE READING
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