Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1980

Keywords

Audio frequency, Auditory perception, Sound--Measurement, Special relativity (Physics)

Abstract

In this paper, Richard C. Heyser explains the theories behind measuring sound by discussing its energy. Using what he calls abstract geometry, Heyser argues that measuring the transfer properties (that is, pressure and velocity) of sound's energy aids in the discovery of its amplitude and phase (or in-phase and quadrature).

Comments

This item is part of the Richard C. Heyser collection at the College Archives & Special Collections department of Columbia College Chicago. Contact archives@colum.edu for more information and to view the collection.

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