Review Paper: Psychoacoustic Binaural Phenomena
The human hearing apparatus extracts substantial information from specific differences between the acoustic inputs to the two ears. In this paper, some of the more important features of binaural hearing are reviewed from a psychoacoustical point of view.
KeywordsSpeech Signal Sound Source Sound Field Critical Band Auditory Event
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