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Auditory Perception of Nonlinear Distortion - Theory
Historically, distortion has been measured using specific signals that were sent through a system and quantified by the degree to which the signal is modified by the system. The human auditory system has not been taken into account in these metrics. Combining nonlinear system theory with the theory of hearing, a new paradigm for quantifying distortion is proposed.
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