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Preface.- 1. Pure Tones.- 2. Complex Representation.- 3. Power, Intensity, and Decibels.- 4. Intensity and Loudness.- 5. Fourier Series.- 6. Perception of Periodic Complex Tones.- 7. Delta Functions.- 8. Fourier Integral.- 9. Filters.- 10. Auditory Filters.- 11. Musical Measures of Frequency.- 12. Pitch of Sine Tones.- 13. Applications of the Fourier Transform.- 14. Correlation Functions and Spectra.- 15. Delay-and-Add Filtering.- 16. Probability Density Functions.- 17. Beats and Amplitude Modulation.- 18. The Envelope.- 19. Frequency Modulation.- 20. Modulation Detection and Perception.- 21. Sampled Signals.- 22. Nonlinear Distortion.- 23. Noise.- 24. Signal Detection Theory.- Appendices A - K.- References.- Index.
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