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Neural Network Approach to Analyze Spatial Sound
Self-organizing maps (SOM) and multilayer perception (MLP) neural network approaches are applied to the evaluation of spatial discrimination of real and virtual sound sources. Neural networks are trained with localization cues computed using a binaural model. The ability of the models to simulate human perception of spatial sound is analyzed.
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