Duane H. Cooper
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He earned a Bachelor of Science and Ph.D. degree with honors in physics in 1950 and 1955 from the California Institute of Technology.
In 1954, Dr Cooper joined the Coordinated Sciences Laboratory at the University of Illinois, where he became a research professor. He developed a unified treatment of phonograph tracking and tracing distortion by utilizing a skew transformation. In the late 1960s and early 70s, Dr Cooper contributed significantly to the theory of surround sound multi-channel stereo.
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