Karlheinz Brandenburg - Selected Publications#


Brandenburg, Karlheinz; Faller, Christof; Herre Juergen; Johnston, James D. Johnston, Kleijn, W. Bastiaan: »Perceptual Coding of High-Quality Digital Audio«, Proceedings of the IEEE, Volume 101 (2013), Issue 9, pp. 1905 - 1919 (Invited Paper)

Brandenburg, Karlheinz; Dittmar, Christian; Gruhne, Matthias; Abeßer, Jakob; Lukashevich, Hanna; Dunker, Peter; Gärtner, Daniel; Wolter, Kay; Nowak, Stefanie; Grossmann, Holger: »Music search and recommendation«, In: Handbook of Multimedia for Digital Entertainment and Arts, Furht, Borko (Ed.) 2009, Approx. 600 p. 150 illus., Hardcover, ISBN: 978-0-387-89023-4, 2009

Thiede, Thilo, Treurniet, William C., Bitto, Roland, Schmidmer, Christian, Sporer, Thomas; Beerends ,John G.; Colomes, Catherine; Keyhl, Michael; Stoll, Gerhard; Brandenburg, Karlheinz; Feiten, Bernhard: »PEAQ - The ITU Standard for Objective Measurement of Perceived Audio Quality«, Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, Volume 48 (2000), Issue 1/2, pp.3-29 (Best Paper Award)

Brandenburg, Karlheinz; Stoll, G. et. al: »The ISO/MPEG-1 Audio Codec: A Generic Standard for Coding of High Quality Digital Audio« Journal of the AES, 1994, pp. 780 - 792 (firstly published as conference paper at 92nd AES Convention, Vienna, Austria, 1992)

Brandenburg, Karlheinz: »Perceptual Coding of High Quality Digital Audio«, In: M.Kahrs, K. Brandenburg (ed.): Applications of Digital Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics, Kluwer, 1998

Brandenburg, Karlheinz: “MP3 and AAC explained”, 17th AES International Conference on High Quality Audio Coding, 2.9.-5.9.1999, Florence, Italy.

Kahrs, Mark; Brandenburg, Karlheinz (Eds.): “Applications of Digital Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics”, Kluwer, 1998.




Works that have been responsible for international recognition:

Karlheinz Brandenburg has made major contributions to digital audio source coding.

The research results of his dissertation are the basis of MPEG 1 Layer 3 (mp3), MPEG – 2 Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) and most other modern audio compression schemes.

The work of Karlheinz Brandenburg recently has been the topic of two popular books.

He has given hundreds of interviews for TV and radio stations, newspapers and magazines over the last 15 years, not only in Germany but all over the world.

With the technologies contributed to him implemented in more than eight billion devices worldwide many people count him in the list of the most important inventors of the last decades.

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