Localization in Elevation with Non-Individual Head-Related Transfer Functions - Comparing Predictions of Two Auditory Models

Roberto Barumerli
Roberto Barumerli

European Signal Processing Conference, pp. 2539-2543, 2018.

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This paper explores the limits of human localization of sound sources when listening with non-individual Head-Related Transfer Functions (HRTFs), by simulating performances of a localization task in the mid-sagittal plane. Computational simulations are performed with the CIPIC HRTF database using two different auditory models which mimic ...More

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