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Spectral Modeling Synthesis

As introduced in §10.4, Spectral Modeling Synthesis (SMS) generally refers to any parametric recreation of a short-time Fourier transform, i.e., something besides simply inverting an STFT, or a nonparametrically modified STFT (such as standard FFT convolution).G.11 A primary example of SMS is sinusoidal modeling, and its various extensions, as described further below.



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