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In 1964, Zweig proposed the existence of quarks independently of Murray Gell-Mann (Zweig referred to them as "aces"). Zweig later turned to neurobiology, and studied the transduction of sound into nerve impulses in the cochlea of the human ear. In 1975, while studying the ear, he discovered the continuous wavelet transform.
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