Hearing (Handbook of Perception and Cognition, Second by Brian C. J. Moore

By Brian C. J. Moore

Listening to is a complete, authoritative reference paintings overlaying either the physiological and perceptual facets of listening to. meant for researchers and complicated scholars within the box of listening to, it studies significant components of study as well as new discoveries, together with energetic mechanisms within the cochlea, across-channel techniques in auditory overlaying, and perceptual grouping techniques. Key good points* Covers either physiological and perceptual features of listening to* Authoritative studies by means of specialists within the box* finished up to date insurance* An built-in paintings with vast cross-references among chapters

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2(b). Similarly, the system in Fig. 2( c) has the equivalent circuit shown in Fig. 2(d). The reciprocal of electrical impedance is electrical admittance. In mechanical systems, the reciprocal of impedance is called mechanical admittance or mobility. Mobility Y is velocity divided by force. Note that the oscillating system in Fig. 2(a) is represented by a circuit [Fig. 2(b)] in which the two reactive elements (1/K and m) are in parallel. At the natural frequency wo, x has a minimum rather than a maximum value (although the velocity of the mass Xm does not).

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In this chapter, we will focus on systems in which these elements are distributed continuously throughout the system rather than appearing as discrete elements. We begin with a system composed of several discrete elements, then allow the number of elements to grow larger, eventually leading to a continuum. 1 Linear Array of Oscillators The oscillating system with two masses in Fig. 20 was shown to have two transverse vibrational modes and two longitudinal modes. In both the longitudinal and transverse pairs, there is a mode of low frequency in which the masses move in the same direction and a mode of higher frequency in which they move in opposite directions.

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