Otolith - Other web sites

Otolith - Other web sites

This page contains references to Web sites of interest to Otolith, including resources on audio, signal processing, speech, physical acoustics, and psychoacoustics.
DSPnet is a clearinghouse for digital signal processing (DSP) resources, including hardware vendors, software products and tools, and expert consultants.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is an international organization of electrical engineers. It oversees and maintains many resources, including the IEEE Consultant's Network, a database of consultants in the Boston area, and the IEEE Computer Society.

The Acoustical Society of America is the premier forum for research in acoustics.

Usenet FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) are a good source for software, standards, summaries of common techniques, and general information about computational aspects of signal processing, speech, and compression.
comp.dsp FAQ
comp.compression FAQ
comp.speech FAQ

The WWW Virtual Library is an excellent source of information on many topics. In particular, they maintain an extensive Engineering Section.

The Wavelet Digest is an electronic periodical about the theory and practice of wavelet transforms.

FedWorld is a US government information server, with pointers to many agencies, including the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) which publishes federal standards and bibliographic resources. It also allows access to IRS tax forms, federal research grant applications, and many other goodies.

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) (formerly the CCITT), headquartered in Geneva, is an international organization within which governments and the private sector coordinate global telecommunication networks and services. Their site contains many of their telecommunication standards and recommendations.

AT&T Home Page

Telecom Information Resources

Acoustics home page

MPEG-1 FAQ (Audio)

Dragon Systems, Inc.

The Audio Page

AudioWeb Home Page

Audio and Music Applications for Silicon Graphics Systems

This page maintained by Wil Howitt
Last updated 15 October 95