What Is Sound?
Sound main properties are overviewed with no reference to R. Sound is first introduced as a mechanical wave with reference to the essential features commonly used for signal description, i.e., amplitude, phase, duration, and frequency. Sound is then considered in a statistical way as a time series, in an electronic framework as a digital object, and in reference to a communication system as a support of information.
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