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Sequential stream segregation in the absence of spectral cues.
  • J. Vliegen, A. Oxenham
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
  • 17 June 1997
The results from both experiments show that spectral separation is not a necessary condition for perceptual stream segregation, and suggests that models of stream segregation that are based solely on spectral properties may require some revision. Expand
Dynamic Sound Localization during Rapid Eye-Head Gaze Shifts
It is concluded that the human auditory system adequately processes dynamically varying acoustic cues that result from self-initiated rapid head movements to construct a stable representation of the target in world coordinates. Expand
Subjective evaluation of stereoscopic images: effects of camera parameters and display duration
The results of both experiments provide support for the argument that stereoscopic camera toe-in should be avoided if possible and an effect of display duration on observers' judgements of naturalness and quality of stereoscopic images is indicated. Expand
The role of spectral and periodicity cues in auditory stream segregation, measured using a temporal discrimination task.
The results suggest that spectral information is dominant in inducing (involuntary) segregation, but periodicity information can also play a role. Expand
Gaze orienting in dynamic visual double steps.
It is proposed that the visuomotor system adequately processes dynamic changes in visual input that result from self-initiated gaze shifts, to construct a stable representation of visual targets in an absolute, supraretinal (e.g., world) reference frame. Expand
The influence of duration and level on human sound localization.
It is concluded that both mechanisms underlie the elevation gain effect and a conceptual model is proposed to reconcile these findings. Expand
Effects of stereoscopic filming parameters and display duration on the subjective assessment of eye strain
The results showed that subjective stereoscopic image quality can be described as a function of reported eye strain and perceived depth, most pronounced for the stereoscopic images that were produce using a short convergence distance. Expand
Reconstructing spectral cues for sound localization from responses to rippled noise stimuli
Human sound localization in the mid-saggital plane (elevation) relies on an analysis of the idiosyncratic spectral shape cues provided by the head and pinnae. However, because the actual free-fieldExpand
Effect of stereoscopic filming parameters and exposure duration on quality and naturalness judgements
Whereas longer exposure durations do not have a negative impact on the appreciative scores of optimally reproduced stereoscopic images, observers do give lower judgments to monoscopic images and stereoscope images with unnatural disparity values as exposure duration increases. Expand