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Auditory scene analysis : the perceptual organization of sound

Auditory scene analysis : the perceptual organization of sound (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Bregman, Albert S.
Title Statement
Auditory scene analysis : the perceptual organization of sound / Albert S. Bregman.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, Mass. :   MIT Press ,   1990.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 773 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0262022974
General Note
"A Bradford book."  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [737]-761) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Auditory perception.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = xi
Chapter 1 The auditory scine = 1
 Historical Difference between Auditory and Visual Perception = 1
 The Problem of Scene Analysis = 3
 Objects Compared to Streams = 9
 Two Comparisons of Scene Analysis in Vision and Audition = 17
 Sequential versus Spectral Organization = 29
 Scene-Analysis View Prevents Missing of Vision-Audition Differences = 36
 Primitive versus Schima-Based Stream segregation = 38
 Verification of the Theory = 43
 Summary = 44
Chapter 2 Sequential Integration = 47
 Auditory stream Segregation = 47
 Previous Knowledge of the Streaming Phenomenon = 50
 Methodology for the study of stream Segregation = 52
 How to Measure Streaming = 54
 Factors Influencing Stream Segregation = 58
 What Are the Elements? = 68
 Spatial Location = 73
 Spectral Frequency and Fundamental frequency = 83
 Timbre = 92
 Cumulative Effects of Repetitions = 128
 Effects of Streaming = 137
 Temporal Relations = 143
 Competition among alternative Organizations = 165
 Stream Segregation and Vision = 173
 Interactions with Vision = 181
 Theoretical Explanations of Stream Segregation = 184
Chapter 3 Integration of simultaneous Auditory Components = 213
 A Miniature Scene-analysis Problem = 216
 Factors Influencing Integration of Simultaneous Components = 221
 The Ole-Plus-New Heuristic = 222
 Spectral Relations = 227
 Common fate(AM and FM) = 248
 Spatial Correspondence = 293
 Other Factors Affecting Fusion of simultaneous Components = 312
 Comparison between fusion and Masking = 314
 Perceptual results of simultaneous Integration and segregation = 326
 Examples of Within-Stream Computation of Properties = 328
 Apparent Continuity and Contralateral Induction = 344
 The Continuity Illusion = 325
 Rules Governing the Generative Process = 349
 Exampoles Examined in the Lighy of Theory = 372
 Contralateral Induction = 383
 Summary = 393
Chapter 4 Schema-Based Segregation and Integration = 395
 Nature of Primitive and schema-Based Organization = 397
 Does Learning Affect Streaming? = 411
 Do Regular Patterns Form More Coherent Streams? = 411
Chapter 5 auditory Organization in Music = 455
 Musical Scene Analysis = 456
 Melody = 461
 Timtre(Cause and Effect) = 478
 Vertical Coherence and Counterpoint = 490
 Summary = 528
Chapter 6 auditory Organization in speech Perception = 529
 Sequential Organization of Speech sounds = 532
 Simultaneous Organization = 556
 Role of Harmonic Relations and F0 = 559
 Common-Fate Cues = 572
 Correlated Frequency Changes = 573
 Correlated Amplitude Changes = 584
 Spatial Location Cues = 590
Chapter 7 The Principle of exclusive Allocation in scene Analysis = 595
 When Is Exclusive Allocation Violated? = 607
 Explanations of Violations of Exclusive Allocation = 618
Chapter 8 Summary and Conclusions : What We Do and Do Not Know About Auditory Scene Analysis = 641
 Summary of Previous Chapters = 641
 Primitive Auditory scene Analysis = 641
 Sequential Integration : Auditory stream Segregation = 642
 Spectral Integration = 654
 Schema-Based Stream Segregation = 665
 Primitive Auditory Organization in Music = 674
 Auditory Organization in speech = 684
 Duplex Perception and the Problem of Exclusive Allocation = 690
 Directions for the Future = 697
Notes = 707
Glossary = 729
Bibliography = 737
Index = 763


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