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V. Belevitch, Classical Network Theory,
San Francisco: Holden Day, 1968.

A. Fettweis, ``Digital filters related to classical structures,'' AEU: Archive für Elektronik und Übertragungstechnik, vol. 25, pp. 79-89, Feb 1971,
see also U.S. Patent 3,967,099, 1976, now expired.

A. H. Gray and J. D. Markel, ``A normalized digital filter structure,'' IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, Signal Processing, vol. ASSP-23, pp. 268-277, June 1975.

J. D. Markel and A. H. Gray, Linear Prediction of Speech,
New York: Springer Verlag, 1976.

P. M. Morse and K. U. Ingard, Theoretical Acoustics,
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968.

J. O. Smith, ``A new approach to digital reverberation using closed waveguide networks,'' in Proceedings of the 1985 International Computer Music Conference, Vancouver, pp. 47-53, Computer Music Association, 1985,
also available in [9].

J. O. Smith, ``Efficient simulation of the reed-bore and bow-string mechanisms,'' in Proceedings of the 1986 International Computer Music Conference, The Hague, pp. 275-280, Computer Music Association, 1986,
also available in [9].

J. O. Smith, ``Elimination of limit cycles and overflow oscillations in time-varying lattice and ladder digital filters,'' in Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Circuits and Systems, San Jose, pp. 197-299, May 1986,
conference version; full version available in [9].

J. O. Smith, ``Music applications of digital waveguides,'' Tech. Rep. STAN-M-39, CCRMA, Music Department, Stanford University, 1987,
CCRMA Technical Report STAN-M-39,

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