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The Wigner distribution recently has become widely used to characterize analytic, spectral, and stochastic signals in many fields. Because it is the product of a Fourier Transform and an autocorrelation function, it is the most general method possible. It offers a unique way to demonstrate the necessity of diffuse reflection in the body of large rooms, such as concert halls.
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