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Pitch perception is a phenomenon that has been the subject of much debate within the psychoacoustics community. It is at once a psychological, physiological and mathematical issue that has divided scientists for the last 200 years. My project aims to investigate the benefits and shortcomings of both the place theory and time theory approaches. This is done first by a model consistent with the long-standing focus on the frequency domain, and then by expanding to a more modern approach that functions in the time domain.
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Stoddard, Nowell Thacher, "Competing Theories of Pitch Perception: Frequency and Time Domain Analysis" (2017). Senior Projects Spring 2017. 215.
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