Saturday, May 25, 2013

NAP :: University of Southampton

NAP :: University of Southampton: "The half-wave rectification makes the response to the BMM uni-polar like the response of the hair cell, while keeping it phase-locked to the peaks in the wave. Experiments on pitch perception indicate that the fine structure is required to predict the pitch shift of the residue (Yost, Patterson, & Sheft, 1998). Other rectification algorithms like squaring, full-wave rectification and the Hilbert transform only preserve the envelope."

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