Investigating computational models of perceptual attack time

@inproceedings{Collins2006InvestigatingCM,
  title={Investigating computational models of perceptual attack time},
  author={Nick Collins},
  year={2006}
}
The perceptual attack time (PAT) is the compensation for differing attack components of sounds, in the case of seeking a perceptually isochronous presentation of sounds. It has applications in scheduling and is related to, but not necessarily the same as, the moment of perceptual onset. This paper describes a computational investigation of PAT over a set of 25 synthesised stimuli, and a larger database of 100 sounds equally divided into synthesised and ecological. Ground truth PATs for modeling… CONTINUE READING

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