Auditory Models for Spatial Impression, Envelopment, and Localization
In the past years, several models that simulate specific abilities of human binaural hearing have been presented in the literature. Although most of the models are research models, they can be used for sound source localization, reproduction of spatial impression, and sound source separation. Some basic principles of these models will be summarized in this paper. Sample applications in the free field, in the case of concurrent sources or in enclosed spaces with reflecting surfaces, show the performance. They also show restrictions and limitations of current models.
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