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CODA (COmputeriseD Auralisation) is a new auralization software for indoor and outdoor acoustic field simulation. Based on complete mirror-image modeling aided by other methods for improving accuracy, this software is used for acoustic design and evaluation. A simulated acoustic field can be presented visually, with variable resolution, and acoustically through postprocessing data, which then can be convolved to create a binaural signal.
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