Noise frame duration, masking potency and whiteness of temporal noise

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Kukkonen, Helja; Rovamo, Jyrki; Donner, Kristian; Tammikallio, Marja; Raninen, Antii;
  • Publisher: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
  • Subject: RE

PURPOSE. Because of the limited contrast range, increasing the duration of the noise frame is often the only option for increasing the masking potency of external, white temporal noise. This, however, reduces the high-frequency cutoff beyond which noise is no longer whi... View more
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