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2013 Musical Signal Processing  
Gabor's grains are wave-packets distributed both in time and frequency.  ...  Also, when a pick or hammer makes contact with the string, it partially terminates the string, resulting in reflected waves in each direction.  ...  Sounds emitted in these spaces are reinforced by thousands of closely-spaced echoes bouncing off the ceiling, walls, and floors.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315078120-11 fatcat:rylq5og6njbqbhe6idh2n7nksy

Fine‐structure processing, frequency selectivity and speech perception in hearing‐impaired listeners

Olaf Strelcyk, Torsten Dau
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Where the flap allophone of "t" and "d" is expected in American English, one frequently sees an approximant-like or even vocalic pattern, rather than a clear flap.  ...  Degree of intensity dip has the strongest effect, with a minimal dip in intensity more likely to be perceived as 'kneel' and a strong dip in intensity more likely to be perceived as 'needle. ' The results  ...  In contrast, posterior auditory areas in humans are associated with sensory"motor interactions in speech, and with aspects of working memory processing.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2935148 fatcat:nqyyia5pubamnhqgonegghrudm

Implementing sustainability through community participation : Methods and processes involved in strategy development

Andrea Collins
2022
To assist in the collection of empirical data and respond to changes during the initiative's implementation, the research process was divided into three interrelated phases (exploratory, process monitoring  ...  This thesis has developed a model research process to evaluate how the initiative's Pilot Sustainable Communities Project was implemented within two comparative project areas in Merthyr Tydfil (South Wales  ...  "lt's like peeing into the wind and putting your head against a brick wall."  ... 
doi:10.25401/cardiffmet.20369127 fatcat:z2rgpetz4jhero44lfvuuu56yu

The Writer's Mind: Writing as a Mode of Thinking

William F. Irmscher, Janice N. Hays, Phyllis A. Roth, Jon R. Ramsey, Robert D. Foulke
1984 College composition and communication  
Similarly, Hougan mentions the men's room, the walls of the men's room, the textured paint on those walls, and the graffiti that appear on those walls.  ...  As pay t of the process of promoting personal growth, advocates of prev.; iting want to help students overcome mild to severe cases of w liter ,3'.ock.  ... 
doi:10.2307/357465 fatcat:al2knd75fzb6jgxyvwzzktnguy

Place-Based Genre Writing as Critical Expressivist Practice [chapter]

David Seitz
2014 Critical Expressivism: Theory and Practice in the Composition Classroom  
The Perspectives on Writing series addresses writing studies in a broad sense.  ...  Consistent with the wide ranging approaches characteristic of teaching and scholarship in writing across the curriculum, the series presents works that take divergent perspectives on working as a writer  ...  Oral and literate strategies in spoken and written narratives. Language, 58, 1-21. Tobin, L. (1993) . Writing relationships: What really happens in the composition class.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2014.0575.2.15 fatcat:zftv3rpz5rghdm24usbhzslzlq

The neural bases of normalising for accented speech: A repetition suppression functional magnetic resonance imaging study

Patti Adank, Peter Hagoort
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Where the flap allophone of "t" and "d" is expected in American English, one frequently sees an approximant-like or even vocalic pattern, rather than a clear flap.  ...  Degree of intensity dip has the strongest effect, with a minimal dip in intensity more likely to be perceived as 'kneel' and a strong dip in intensity more likely to be perceived as 'needle. ' The results  ...  In contrast, posterior auditory areas in humans are associated with sensory"motor interactions in speech, and with aspects of working memory processing.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2934685 fatcat:qqmjcl5gjzcj7kssv2pi6efwti

Light the Towel: Narrative and the Negotiated Unconscious

Julia Prendergast
2013 New Writing  
This chapter investigates how processes of association, as they operate in the context of memory and dreams, mimic unconscious processes of association, as they operate within creative writing.  ...  To try to understand the nature of authorial intention and, in particular, the play of unconscious processes at a primal moment of narrative composition, is to encounter alterity, or otherness, in various  ...  She walks over to the bench along the far wall. She brings back a packet of jellybeans and, discreetly, shows them to me. What can I put him in? What will I do? Love means you will do anything.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14790726.2012.753908 fatcat:wk3vwpji6ve5ziv4pe632uemwm

Speaker comfort and increase of voice level in lecture rooms

Jonas Brunskog, Anders C. Gade, Gaspar Payà Bellester, Lilian Reig Calbo
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Where the flap allophone of "t" and "d" is expected in American English, one frequently sees an approximant-like or even vocalic pattern, rather than a clear flap.  ...  Degree of intensity dip has the strongest effect, with a minimal dip in intensity more likely to be perceived as 'kneel' and a strong dip in intensity more likely to be perceived as 'needle. ' The results  ...  In contrast, posterior auditory areas in humans are associated with sensory"motor interactions in speech, and with aspects of working memory processing.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2934367 fatcat:xr6gp4ldo5bylnxytx2iumrdmi

New Foundation in the Sciences: Physics without Sweeping Infinities under the Rug [article]

Victor Christianto, Florentin Smarandache, Robert Neil Boyd
2020 Figshare  
In other words, the leading paradigms have strong tendency to be hailed as the only game in town.  ...  For instance, a quote from Richard Feynman goes as follows: "What the three Nobel Prize winners did, in the words of Feynman, was "to get rid of the infinities in the calculations.  ...  Foundation in the Sciences Acknowledgment The first author (VC) dedicates this paper to the late Prof. Robert M.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12387260 fatcat:6qqvy3zxrfgebm6ctt5jkakqz4

The GI Generation: A Memoir

Louis R. Harlan, Frank F. Mathias
2001 The Journal of southern history  
In any event it sticks to my memory.  ...  In addition, a worn wooden ladder offered easy stages and platforms between the pier and the track deck.  ...  Agnes" without a happy memory of nervous Lucy Jane Smoot reciting the opening line to the class: "Saint Agnes Eve, Ah, chitter bill it was .... " Knowing Sidney Lanier's poem "Song of the Chattahoochee  ... 
doi:10.2307/3070297 fatcat:iwixvehcnrfphlnxpolpn7wy2u

That's not How It Should End: The Effect of Reader/Player Response on the Development of Narrative [chapter]

Lynda Clark
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
creation of narrative content is examined in particular in relation to the tropes of the magic trick, the telepathic exchange and the detective duo.  ...  The creative component of the thesis puts some of these findings into practice by offering a story in which the reader-player gradually comes to realise the effect of their interventions in the narrative  ...  With a twinkle in his/her eye, he/she sprang up the ladder and onto the mattress.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-71027-3_42 fatcat:tmfomiutanh5lhjufvkpp537am

A Tiger for Malgudi

R. K. Narayan
1983 The Missouri Review  
Some even thought that I was some extraordinary creature who might pass through the walls and lie in wait on the roof or in the loft or basement.  ...  I should fight it out, even if one of us were to die in the process.  ...  Shekar was seen coming down the ladder with a packet of food in hand. He approached Alphonse. 'Uncle, I can't see the headmaster; I held out the idli, but he didn't take it. What shall I do now?'  ... 
doi:10.1353/mis.1983.0025 fatcat:2pb6g3hw45cl3gn4evfgcka4xi

New Developments in Science and Technology - 60th Anniversary Special Issue, Beihang University (BUAA)

2012 Science  
There are 75 full-time teachers in the school, which annually graduates 150 undergraduates, 180 postgraduates, 50 Ph.D.s, and 10 students from abroad.  ...  provides cutting-edge research and education in advanced structural and functional materials, nanomaterials, new materials for clean energy, polymers and composites, nonequilibrium fabrication, corrosion  ...  been overcome.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.338.6104.274-c fatcat:iurk5neuwvh2jgbohwevb5dicy

Abstracts for the Joint Meeting of Anatomical Societies, 19-22 May 2011, Bursa, Turkey

2011 Anatomy (International Journal of Experimental and Clinical Anatomy)  
In all these cases continuous longitudinal domains can be distinguished, as well as a number of anteroposterior (transverse) neuromeric units of the neural wall.  ...  Tridimensional reconstructions, experiments and many staining methods have expanded considerably the number of anatomical details recognized in this territory, probably one of the most complex in the brain  ...  Oxytocin (OT) may interact with olfactory processing as it is known to lower the consolidation of memory.  ... 
doi:10.2399/ana.11.001s fatcat:e6qs7cmzqreejhsdrol7i665c4

6. Interdisciplinary Studies [chapter]

Jim Cheng, James Wicks, Sachie Noguchi
2016 An Annotated Bibliography for Taiwan Film Studies  
It argues for the importance of recognizing the complexities that shape human -ICT connections in order to assist youth in learning skills to negotiate their emergent sense of self successfully. v  ...  Data was primarily gathered through four interviews held with six youth aged 16-18, two focus groups, and the researcher's immersion over five years in the Computer Human Interaction Software Engineering  ...  The process is not linear from bottom to top but resembles a "Snakes and Ladders" 43 board game: You go up a ladder, come down a slide, land in a different position, continue upwards, slide down again,  ... 
doi:10.7312/chen17382-008 fatcat:rwcpckml4rgq5oripdysswhata
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