Guest Editors' Introduction: An Introduction to Interactive Sonification

Hermann T, Hunt A (2005)
IEEE MultiMedia 12(2): 20-24.

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The research field of sonification, a subset of the topic of auditory display, has developed rapidly in recent decades. It brings together interests from the areas of data mining, exploratory data analysis, human-computer interfaces, and computer music. Sonification presents information by using sound (particularly nonspeech), so that the user of an auditory display obtains a deeper understanding of the data or processes under investigation by listening.
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Hermann T, Hunt A. Guest Editors' Introduction: An Introduction to Interactive Sonification. IEEE MultiMedia. 2005;12(2):20-24.
Hermann, T., & Hunt, A. (2005). Guest Editors' Introduction: An Introduction to Interactive Sonification. IEEE MultiMedia, 12(2), 20-24.
Hermann, T., and Hunt, A. (2005). Guest Editors' Introduction: An Introduction to Interactive Sonification. IEEE MultiMedia 12, 20-24.
Hermann, T., & Hunt, A., 2005. Guest Editors' Introduction: An Introduction to Interactive Sonification. IEEE MultiMedia, 12(2), p 20-24.
T. Hermann and A. Hunt, “Guest Editors' Introduction: An Introduction to Interactive Sonification”, IEEE MultiMedia, vol. 12, 2005, pp. 20-24.
Hermann, T., Hunt, A.: Guest Editors' Introduction: An Introduction to Interactive Sonification. IEEE MultiMedia. 12, 20-24 (2005).
Hermann, Thomas, and Hunt, Andy. “Guest Editors' Introduction: An Introduction to Interactive Sonification”. IEEE MultiMedia 12.2 (2005): 20-24.
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