Further Reading

In addition to [287] which was frequently cited in this chapter, [291], [160], [16], [273] are excellent references (books). The original paper by Princen and Bradley on time-domain aliasing cancellation is [214]. The Princen-Bradley filter bank is a special case of Lapped Orthogonal Transforms (LOT) [160] for which the overlap is 50%. It is also an orthogonal perfect reconstruction filter bank with first-order FIR polyphase filters. Other papers related to perceptual audio coding include [24,284,53,161,195,17,25,18,200,16,273]. An approximately invertible constant-Q transform, with FOSS matlab code, is described in [244].


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