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Implementation and Application of a Binaural Hearing Model to the Objective Evaluation of Spatial Impression
A binaural hearing model has been developed over a number of years that predicts the perceived width and position of sounds, over frequency and over time. The most appropriate methods for applying this model to evaluations of spatial impression are considered, including suitable test signals. Examples of a range of measurements are shown in a range of situations.
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