Understanding concurrent earcons: Applying auditory scene analysis principles to concurrent earcon recognition

@article{McGookin2004UnderstandingCE,
  title={Understanding concurrent earcons: Applying auditory scene analysis principles to concurrent earcon recognition},
  author={David K. McGookin and Stephen A. Brewster},
  journal={TAP},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={130-155}
}
Two investigations into the identification of concurrently presented, structured sounds, called earcons were carried out. One of the experiments investigated how varying the number of concurrently presented earcons affected their identification. It was found that varying the number had a significant effect on the proportion of earcons identified. Reducing the number of concurrently presented earcons lead to a general increase in the proportion of presented earcons successfully identified. The… CONTINUE READING
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