The goal of the first part of this work was to implement an aurally-adequate time-frequency analysis technique as a motivated first effort that takes into account binaural hearing with the implementation goal of the analysis of sound scattering data. The second part of this work aimed to use the developed model in the analysis of different scattering surfaces implemented in a room acoustics modeling program. This was an attempt to start to gain an understanding of what kind of visual changes could be expected when one alters the coefficients used to model scattering in conjunction with the Lambert scattering model. This research is the pursuit of a method for visually representing scattering effects that directly correlates with human perception.
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