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Estimates of Perceived Spatial Quality across theListening Area
This paper describes a computational model for the prediction of perceived spatial quality for reproduced sound at arbitrary locations in the listening area. The model is specifically designed to evaluate distortions in the spatial domain such as changes in source location, width and envelopment. Maps of perceived spatial quality across the listening area are presented from our initial results.
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