Signal Processing in Auditory Neuroscience: Temporal and Spatial Features of Sound and Speech discusses how the physical attributes of different sounds manifest in the neural signal and also how to tease-apart their different influences. It includes EEG/MEG as additional variables to be considered when studying neural mechanisms of auditory processing in general, and speech specifically.
- First book to focus on this type of signal processing in human auditory-neuroscience
- Useful to researchers using MEG/EEG recording of brain activity to study neural mechanisms of auditory processing and speech
- Gives an important overview and methodological background for some techniques that are useful in human auditory-neuroscience
2 Human Hearing System
3. Analyses of Sound Signals and Sound Fields
4. Orthogonal Factors and Simulation of the Sound Field in an Enclosure
5. Magneto-Encephalographic (MEG) Evoked Responses to ACF/IACF Factors
6. Neural Evidences Related to Subjective Preference
7. Temporal- and Spatial-Primary Percepts of the Sound and the Sound Field
8. Subjective Preference of the Sound Field
9. Temporal and Spatial Features of Speech Signals
Professor Yoichi Ando was awarded the 1995 Institute Honor by the American Institute of Architects. His 30 years of work developing and applying new theories of concert hall acoustics have helped redefine the way music is heard. A scientist, author and educator, his achievements are a benefit to both the world of architecture and the world of music. He was Associate Dean at the Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University, Japan.
1975 Received PhD from Waseda University
Alexander-von-Humboldt Fellow (1975.7-1977.5) at Drittes physikalisches Institut, Universitat Gottingen
2001 Established Journal of Temporal Design http://www.jtdweb.org/
2002 Received Dottore AD Honorem" (Laurea Honoris Causa), University of Ferrara
2003 Professor Emeritus, Graduate School Kobe University
2013 Member, Bologna Academy of Science
Author: Concert Hall Acoustics, Springer (1985), Architectural Acoustics, Springer (1998), Auditory Visual Sensations, Springer (2009), Brain-Grounded Theory of Temporal and Spatial Design, and 10 other books.