Binaural Distance Perception Based on Direct-to-reverberant Energy Ratio

@inproceedings{Lu2008BinauralDP,
  title={Binaural Distance Perception Based on Direct-to-reverberant Energy Ratio},
  author={Yan-Chen Lu and Martin Cooke},
  year={2008}
}
The direct-to-reverberant energy ratio has long been recognized as an absolute auditory cue for sound source distance perception in listeners. Traditional methods to extract this energy ratio are based on post-processing of the estimated room impulse response, which is computationally expensive and inaccurate in practice. An alternative is based on estimating the energy arriving from the azimuth of the direct source, under the assumption that reverberant components result in a spatially-diffuse… CONTINUE READING

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