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The purpose of this thesis is to explore data compression, specifically as it relates to sound information. Data transfer is an important part of the current technology driven lifestyle and compressed data means faster transmission. This thesis will explore how compression can be applied to sound while considering often overlooked factors, such as the way the sense of human hearing works to interpret sounds. An example of Huffman compression follows the general discussion of the compression of sound information.
Fisher, Kathleen Marie, "Towards Understanding the Compression of Sound Information" (2016). Computer Science Honors Theses. 38.