Frequency analysis and periodicity detection in hearing
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Frequency analysis and periodicity detection in hearing proceedings by International Symposium on Frequency Analysis and Periodicity Detection in Hearing (1969 Driebergen, Netherlands)

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Published by Sijthoff in Leiden .
Written in English


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Statemented. R. Plomp, G. F. Smoorenburg.
ContributionsPlomp, Reinier., Smoorenburg, Guido F., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Advisory Group on Human Factors.
LC ClassificationsRF294
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 484 p. with illus., diagrs., tables ;
Number of Pages484
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Open LibraryOL23133933M
ISBN 109021890216

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