This directory contains a talk I gave at the Stanford/CCRMA Hearing Seminar on 1997mar06 entitled "Divisive issues in Computational Auditory Scene Analysis". The idea was to take another stab at surveying some of the different projects that have fallen under the banner of Computational Auditory Scene Analysis (CASA), and see if the deeper theoretical differences between them could be identified.
From this page you can:
For permission to reproduce their original figures, I would like to thank Guy Brown (p.9), Martin Cooke (p.5), Kunio Kashino (p.8), Frank Klassner (p.13), and Roger Moore (p.6).
Thanks also to Devra Polack for her interpretation of the ICSI logo.