In one of the classic pd books (but not Kreidler, Pucketter, nor Farnell I don't think) there is a great example in which three different approaches to making granular synthesis are given using three different ways of overlapping windowing functions.

Does anyone know where or what this book is?

I was trying to demonstrate something related to this the other day and I remembered these examples but can't for the life of me recall where I saw them.