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The Effect of Head Shape on Spectral Stereo Theory

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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.

JAES Volume 41 Issue 3 pp. 135-142; March 1993
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