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The Effect of Head Shape on Spectral Stereo Theory
The spectral stereo theory, which was developed by Cooper and Bauck in order to determine the theoretical relationship between stereo loudspeaker signals and localization, makes use of a spherical head model. In the present work the theory is combined with calculations for a more realistic head shape. The diffraction effect of the head is determined from boundary-element calculations.
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