Abstract

Informational masking ~IM! has a long history and is currently receiving considerable attention. Nevertheless, there is no clear and generally accepted picture of how IM should be defined, and once defined, explained. In this letter, consideration is given to the problems of defining IM and specifying research that is needed to better understand and model IM. © 2003 Acoustical Society of America. @DOI: 10.1121/1.1570435#

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@inproceedings{Durlach2003NoteOI, title={Note on informational masking (L)}, author={Nathaniel I. Durlach and Christine R. Mason and Gerald Kidd and Tanya L. Arbogast and Barbara G. Shinn-Cunningham}, year={2003} }