The main purpose of this paper is to observe and analyze how people’s localization performance changes as the HRTFs used transitions from an individualized set to a non-individualized (generic) set. Two common HRTF interpolation techniques, one in the time domain and the other in the frequency domain, are used to create averaged sets of HRTFs which fit between the two extremes and helps to examine the trend of localization behavior change through this continuum.
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