algorithm – by Benjamin Villalonga Correa

Pitch Correction

Blog of Feeling Responsive Pitch correction is widely used in the music industry both in real time and in post-production situations. Depending on the original quality of an artist, pitch correcting techniques can range from allowing an already good performance to become excellent (as far as tuning is concerned) to making a terrible one sound robotic and surprisingly late-90-ish. From an engineering point of view, the difficulty of these algorithms boils down to being able to manipulate independently time scales and frequencies in a signal. One algorithm that achieves this is the Phase Vocoder, which is discussed in this presentation. Its range of application goes beyond pitch correcting purposes, so more insight in the kind of problems that it tackles will also be given. An example of the commercial software Auto-Tune is also linked. Read More ›

algorithm – by Dot Silverman

Crocheting Hypberbolic Surfaces

Blog of Feeling Responsive Simple stitch algorithms can help us visualize and physically understand hyperbolic shapes. Read More ›

algorithm – by Ben Prather

Shor's Algorithm

Blog of Feeling Responsive An informal description of Shor's algorithm for factorization by a quantum computer. Read More ›

algorithm – by Kiel Williams

Numerical ODE Solutions

Blog of Feeling Responsive Comparison of Common Algorithms for the Solution of ODE Problems. Read More ›

algorithm – by Matt Zhang

Predict Seizure with EEG

Blog of Feeling Responsive Seizure can be extremely dangerous in the wrong situations and a lot less harmful with the right preparations. With advances in non-invasive brain monitoring technology such as electroencephalogram (EEG), we may be able to predict seizure an hour before it happens. Read More ›