Auditory Scene Analysis

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Auditory scene analysis, a concept created by Albert Bregman, is a process in which the auditory system takes the mixture of sound that it derives from a complex natural environment and sorts it into packages of acoustic evidence in which each package probably has arisen from a single source of sound. This grouping helps pattern recognition not to mix information from different sources. (Source - http://www.psych.mcgill.ca/labs/auditory/introASA.html)

 

See also:

Classification of Sound

 

Bibliography:

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Bregman, Albert S. (1990). Auditory Scene Analysis: The Perceptual Organization of Sound
Bregman, Albert S. (1993). Auditory Scene Analysis: Hearing in Complex Environments
Cook, Perry (Ed.) (2001b). Music, Cognition and Computerized Sound: An Introduction to Psychoacoustics
Ferrington, Gary (2001). Acoustic Ecology and Environmental Studies: A New Academic Home for the Teaching of Ecoacoustics

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