Modelling the Direction-specific Build-up of the Precedence Effect

@inproceedings{Blauert2002ModellingTD,
  title={Modelling the Direction-specific Build-up of the Precedence Effect},
  author={Jens Blauert},
  year={2002}
}
One of the remarkable properties of the auditory precedence effect is that it adapts to the listeners' acoustic environment. The “build-up” of the precedence effect has been investigated in a series of psycho-acoustic investigations to test the hypothesis of a “direction-specific“ build-up effect (Djelani and Blauert, 2001). A result of this work is a first model of the auditory precedence effect based on an inhibition model as proposed by Lindemann (1986a;1986b) and Zurek (1987). 

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