Localization capacity of human listeners
Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceeding
For some scenarios and situations, successful localization of the sound is vital for the hearing experience. One aspect of this is the natural limits of the human localization capacity, incl. dependence on e.g. direction and distance. When addressed in laboratory experiments, the significance of other modalities are controlled in different ways, yet figures will inherently reflect properties of the test situation as well as the capacity of the individual. The present paper will review some contemporary localization experiments, with a specific view to the "absolute" acuity, the measures used to describe performance, and other methodological considerations.
|Title||International Workshop on the Principles and Applications of Spatial Hearing 2009 (IWPASH 2009) : Proceedings of the International Workshop|
|Editors||Yoiti Suzuki, Douglas Brungart, Hiroaki Kato, Kazuhiro Iida, Densil Cabrera, Yukio Iwaya|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publisher||World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd|
|Conference||International Workshop on the Principles and Applications of Spatial Hearing (IWPASH)|
|Periode||11/11/09 → 13/11/09|
Paper I01. Abstract in Book of Abstracts p. 15
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