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Time-frequency integration characteristics of hearing are optimized for perception of speech-like acoustic patternsa)
a)Parts of this work were presented in “Average spectrotemporal structure of continuous speech matches with the frequency resolution of human hearing,” Proceedings of Interspeech 2012, Portland, Oregon, September 2012.
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