INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ACOUSTICS MADRID , 2-7 SEPTEMBER 2007 THE DUPLEX-THEORY OF LOCALIZATION INVESTIGATED UNDER NATURAL CONDITIONS

@inproceedings{Seeber2007INTERNATIONALCO,
  title={INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ACOUSTICS MADRID , 2-7 SEPTEMBER 2007 THE DUPLEX-THEORY OF LOCALIZATION INVESTIGATED UNDER NATURAL CONDITIONS},
  author={B. U. Seeber},
  year={2007}
}
The duplex theory postulates that low-frequency tones are localized on the basis of interaural time differences (ITDs) while tones above 1.5 kHz are localized by evaluating interaural level differences (ILDs) [1]. Recent research showed that ITDs are also dominant for wide-band sounds [2]. The contribution of envelope-ITDs is supposedly small, but enhanced by temporal modulation [3]. Using tones, previous studies investigated the sensitivity to isolated binaural cues or the dependence of image… CONTINUE READING

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