Corpus ID: 17194788

On the importance of time—a temporal representation of sound

@inproceedings{Slaney1993OnTI,
  title={On the importance of time—a temporal representation of sound},
  author={M. Slaney and R. Lyon},
  year={1993}
}
5 1 INTRODUCTION The human auditory system has an amazing ability to separate and understand sounds. We believe that temporal information plays a key role in this ability, more important than the spectral information that is traditionally emphasized in hearing science. In many hearing tasks, such as describing or classifying single sound sources, the underlying mathematical equivalence makes the temporal versus spectral argument moot. We show how the nonlinear-ity of the auditory system breaks… Expand
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