Psychoacoustics concerns itself with the relationship between the acoustic signals and their subjective percept. Loudness, pitch and timbre are approximately the correlates of signal amplitude, frequency and frequency spectrum, respectively. Experimental and mathematical models describe the interrelations between the basis functions of auditory perception. Computational Auditory Scene Analysis (CASA) is an integrative approach to combine different fields of psychoacoustics. The results enter the research in sound localisation, speech and music perception, noise abatement etc.
Computational Hearing and Psychoacoustics investigates several areas which rely on human hearing:
Publications: W. Deutsch
13. - 14. September 2019
ARI guest talk by Michael R. Lomnitz
19. September 2019
Seminar Room, Wohllebengasse 12-14 / Ground FloorRead more ...
27. June 2019
The Acoustics Research Institute and a number of other institutes of the Austrian Academy of Sciences want to close the gap between training in machine learning and modern data science and are ...Read more ...
20. June 2019
Kernsätze in der Mathematik besagen, dass ‚vernünftige‘ Systeme (d.h. Operatoren) als Integrale dargestellt werden können, ähnlich der Matrizendarstellung. Das erlaubt einen deutlich einfacheren...Read more ...