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Vuvuzela
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A vuvuzela, sometimes called a "lepatata" (its Setswana name) or a stadium horn, is a blowing horn, approximately one metre in length, commonly blown by fans at football matches in South Africa. It is also used in other countries such as Mexico, Brazil, or Israel. The origin of the name is disputed. It may originate from the Zulu for "making noise," from the "vuvu" sound it makes, or from township slang related to the word for "shower."

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Noise Reduction in Speech Processing
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Erscheinungsdatum: 28.10.2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Noise Reduction in Speech Processing, Auflage: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2009, Autor: Benesty, Jacob // Chen, Jingdong // Cohen, Israel // Huang, Yiteng, Verlag: Springer Berlin Heidelberg // Springer Berlin, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Elektronik // Elektrotechnik, Nachrichtentechnik, Seiten: 240, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 371 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Benesty, Jacob: Noise Reduction in Speech Proce...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 04/2011, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Noise Reduction in Speech Processing, Autor: Benesty, Jacob // Chen, Jingdong // Huang, Yiteng // Cohen, Israel, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Berlin, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Sprachsynthese // Akustik // Mechanik // Vibration // Informatik // Schnittstelle // EDV // Ingenieurwissenschaft // Ingenieurwissenschaftler // Maschinenbau // Datenverarbeitung // Anwendungen // Technik // Bilderfassungssysteme und // technologie // Signalverarbeitung // Interfacedesign // Benutzerfreundlichkeit // Usability // Nachrichtententechnik // Telekommunikation // Ingenieurswesen // Maschinenbau allgemein // Akustik und Tontechnik, Rubrik: Elektronik // Elektrotechnik, Nachrichtentechnik, Seiten: 229, Reihe: Springer Topics in Signal Processing (Nr. 2), Gewicht: 552 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Doing Body, Doing Mind, Doing Self
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Sitting is a common technique of the body . Everybody sits. There is also sitting of a particular kind, that goes by the name of vipassana meditation (or, just vipassana). The sitting happens somewhere: in isolated retreats of silence and in the middle of everyday noise. It happens in a geographical location: in Myanmar and India, North America and Israel, South America, Africa, Australia and also in Europe, in the city of Amsterdam. Amsterdam is the place where my research happened. My aim was to contribute to the anthropology of body and body practices by producing knowledge on vipassana meditation, by not conflating it with other eastern techniques such as yoga. My objective was to follow vipassana, the sitting meditation, by exploring everyday practices, lived experiences and perceived effects of vipassana among its practitioners. The fieldwork was driven by the following research questions: a) How is vipassana done? b) What is vipassana? What does it become? c) What is it to sit in vipassana? What are the experiences? d) What are the effects of practicing vipassana? e) How are these effects linked to the practice?

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Doing Body, Doing Mind, Doing Self
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Sitting is a common technique of the body . Everybody sits. There is also sitting of a particular kind, that goes by the name of vipassana meditation (or, just vipassana). The sitting happens somewhere: in isolated retreats of silence and in the middle of everyday noise. It happens in a geographical location: in Myanmar and India, North America and Israel, South America, Africa, Australia and also in Europe, in the city of Amsterdam. Amsterdam is the place where my research happened. My aim was to contribute to the anthropology of body and body practices by producing knowledge on vipassana meditation, by not conflating it with other eastern techniques such as yoga. My objective was to follow vipassana, the sitting meditation, by exploring everyday practices, lived experiences and perceived effects of vipassana among its practitioners. The fieldwork was driven by the following research questions: a) How is vipassana done? b) What is vipassana? What does it become? c) What is it to sit in vipassana? What are the experiences? d) What are the effects of practicing vipassana? e) How are these effects linked to the practice?

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Feeling Smart: Why Our Emotions Are More Ration...
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Distinguished authors like Daniel Kahneman, Dan Ariely, and Nassim Nicholas Taleb have written much about the flaws in the human brain when it comes time to make a decision. Our intuitions and passions frequently fail us, leading to outcomes we don't want. In this audiobook, Eyal Winter, Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for the Study of Rationality at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, wonders: why? If our emotions are so destructive and unreliable, why has evolution left us with them? The answer is that, even though they may not behave in a purely logical manner, our emotions frequently lead us to better, safer, more optimal outcomes. In fact, as Winter discovers, there is often logic in emotion, and emotion in logic. For instance, many mutually beneficial commitments - such as marriage, or being a member of a team - are only possible when underscored by emotion rather than deliberate thought. The difference between pleasurable music and bad noise is mathematically precise; yet it is also the result of evolution. And our inherent overconfidence - the mathematically impossible fact that most people see themselves as above average - affords us advantages in competing for things we benefit from, like food and money and romance. Other subjects illuminated in the book include the rationality of seemingly illogical feelings like trust, anger, shame, ego, and generosity. Already a best-seller in Israel, Feeling Smart brings together game theory, evolution, and behavioral science to produce a surprising and very persuasive defense of how we think, even when we don't. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sean Pratt. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/001488/bk_gdan_001488_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Musik und Zensur. Weltweit
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In Zusammenarbeit mit INDEX on Censorship, London und Human Rights, Dänemark. Kann den Musik Sünde sein? Wer hat Angst vor der Musik? Während man in den Medien vermehrt von zensierten Schreibern liest, hört man kaum von zensierten Komponisten und Musikern. Zensoren finden sich unter religiösen Fundamentalisten, in Diktaturen und bei uns heute in der Musikindustrie und den von ihr abhängigen Medien. Etwa vierzig AutorInnen berichten über Musik-Zensur aus aller Welt, u.a.: - Camille Paglia mit Madonna - Jello Biafra - Sängerinnen im Iran - White Noise & Hate-Musik - Fela Kuti - Tabu Ley aus Zaire - Rai in Algerien - Frauenrock in China? - Vom BBC zensierte Musik - Interview mit Jonny Clegg - Werner Pieper über Zensur, Verbote & Indizierungen in div. Deutschlands - Yehudi Menuhin über Muzak - Berichte über verfolgte Musik(er/innen) in Brasilien, SüdAfrika, der DDR, Peru, Somalia, Sudan, Russland, Tansania, Israel, Arabien, Kurdistan, Bhutan, Tibet, China, Roma, Mauretanien u.v.a.m. Dieser Titel ist der Grüne Zweig NR 206a aus Werner Pieper s Medien-Experimenten The Grüne Kraft.

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Musik und Zensur. Weltweit
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In Zusammenarbeit mit INDEX on Censorship, London und Human Rights, Dänemark. Kann denn Musik Sünde sein? Wer hat Angst vor der Musik? Während man in den Medien vermehrt von zensierten Schreibern liest, hört man kaum von zensierten Komponisten und Musikern. Zensoren finden sich unter religiösen Fundamentalisten, in Diktaturen und bei uns heute in der Musikindustrie und den von ihr abhängigen Medien. Etwa vierzig AutorInnen berichten über Musik-Zensur aus aller Welt, u.a.: - Camille Paglia mit Madonna - Jello Biafra - Sängerinnen im Iran - White Noise & Hate-Musik - Fela Kuti - Tabu Ley aus Zaire - Rai in Algerien - Frauenrock in China? - Vom BBC zensierte Musik - Interview mit Jonny Clegg - Werner Pieper über Zensur, Verbote & Indizierungen in div. Deutschlands - Yehudi Menuhin über Muzak - Berichte über verfolgte Musik(er/innen) in Brasilien, SüdAfrika, der DDR, Peru, Somalia, Sudan, Russland, Tansania, Israel, Arabien, Kurdistan, Bhutan, Tibet, China, Roma, Mauretanien u.v.a.m. Titel auf der CD: - Tibetische Nonnen: View from Drapchi Prison - Crass: Bata Motel - Malouma: Maghrour - Fela Kuti: Sorrow, tears and blood - Ian Dury: Spasticus Autisticus - Eric Donaldson: Stand up - Mzwakeh Mbuli: Freedom Puzzle - Flannel: Gravy Train - Exodus: Two Thumbs - Hawkwind: Urban Guerilla - Tibetische Nonnen: Rid the holy land of Tibet of the Chinese ... Dieser Titel ist der Grüne Zweig NR 206b aus Werner Pieper s Medien-Experimenten The Grüne Kraft.

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Physiological Effects of Noise
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The remarkable symposium arranged by Bruce L. Welch and Annemarie S. Welch for the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Boston, Massachusetts at the end of the year 1969 was devoted to the physiological effects of audible sound. Dr. Welch and his wife were able to bring together a distinguished group of scientists from all parts of the world. It was very remarkable to be able to discuss the physiological aspects of noise with representative scientists from Israel, France, Germany, Hungary, Russia, Australia, Canada and Argentina. Dr. and Mrs. Welch ran the meeting in a delightful manner and continued to maintain interest and enthusiasm. Now the results of the conference are available. It is to be hoped that this volume will find wide interest and attention. We must differentiate noise from sound. Noise is unpleasant, unwanted or intolerable sound. On the other hand, even ordinary sound may at times be unpleasant, simply because we are not con ditioned to it. The general impression that one gets from reading the various reports on the physiological effects of noise is bad. It's a pollutant that we can each individually reduce, and maybe we can have a great enough effect socially so that we can significantly lower the noise levels which may result in considerable harm to us. It is interesting that noise as a pollutant has only recently attracted attention.

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