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Used Proakis DSP book to get the matrices together and create two filter schemas - Normalized cross correlation and least mem squares. Useful book. Hbk Everest of course.
I'm not much good at math, but I learned a lot from this and enjoy the dry humor ex: "The Beranek Effect" Highly comprehensive and there have been changes made to my stereo system as a result of reading this; I often refer back to it GW. Wonderful book, nothing else to say.
Perhaps, if I really had to find a flaw in Beranek's book I would say that, after all these years, it would really appreciated if someone could re-edit this masterpiece with a more modern latex layout and fonts. Wanna understand acoustics? Buy this book and perhaps Ingard's one. This is the book to get to learn about acoustics from one of its original founders of the science and engineering in the field.
I prefer it to the later book jointly authored with Mellow but that is OK if you can't get this earlier edition. Beranek is a good teacher and the ideas flow naturally, but succinctly. Equations are used only to inform, not intimidate. One person found this helpful. Arrived on time; filled with engineering gibberish that I don't understand but the engineer I got it for seems to comprehend.
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Leo Beranek, Acoustics Designer and Internet Pioneer, Dies at 102
He authored Acoustics , considered a classic textbook in this field, and its updated and extended version published in under the title Acoustics: Sound Fields and Transducers. He was also an expert in the design and evaluation of concert halls and opera houses , and authored the classic textbook Music, Acoustics, and Architecture , revised and extended in under the title Concert Halls and Opera Houses: Music, Acoustics, and Architecture. Beranek was born in in Solon, Iowa. His father Edward Fred Beranek was a farmer whose ancestors came from Bohemia in what is now the Czech Republic and his mother Beatrice Stahle, previously a schoolteacher, had become a farmwife. Beranek first started school in a one-room schoolhouse in Tipton, Iowa. After his first year, he rode in a horse-drawn school bus on a two-hour trip to a somewhat larger school.
Leo L. Beranek, an engineer whose company designed the acoustics for the United Nations and concert halls at Lincoln Center and Tanglewood, then built the direct precursor to the internet under contract to the Defense Department, died on Oct. He was Beranek taught acoustic engineering at Harvard and M. But one of his most notable achievements was well outside the field of acoustics. By demonstrating the ability to share data and messages through vast computer networks, Arpanet, a product of government-sponsored research, paved the way for the creation of the internet. Among its many breakthrough achievements, his company sent the first email message that used the symbol, in