The Phonochrome — A Coherent Spectro-Temporal Representation of Sound
Part of the Proceedings in Life Sciences book series (LIFE SCIENCES)
In order to find an optimal visual image of sound three general desiderata for an isomorphic representation are formulated.
KeywordsWigner Distribution Optimal Visual Image Time Frequency Signal Perceptual Element Original Sound
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