Extension of a binaural cross-correlation model by contralateral inhibition. I. Simulation of lateralization for stationary signals.

@article{Lindemann1986ExtensionOA,
  title={Extension of a binaural cross-correlation model by contralateral inhibition. I. Simulation of lateralization for stationary signals.},
  author={Werner Dr. Lindemann},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1986},
  volume={80 6},
  pages={
          1608-22
        }
}
Running interaural cross correlation is a basic assumption to model the performance of the binaural auditory system. Although this concept is particularly suited to simulate psychoacoustic localization phenomena, there exist some localization effects which cannot be explained by pure cross correlation. In this paper a model of interaural cross correlation is extended by a "contralateral-inhibition mechanism" and by "monaural detectors" in order to simulate a wide range of psychoacoustic… CONTINUE READING

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