Spatial Hearing: The Psychophysics of Human Sound LocalizationbyJens Blauert. Spatial Hearing: The Psychophysics of Human Sound Localization by Jens Blauert. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 77, ();. Sound Localization. Jens Blauert. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 42 7 pp. Price $ Spatial Hearing bridges the gap that separates primarily.
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Thus apatial is all the more a pleasure to acclaim the author of this first comprehensive monograph, and to recognize how successful he has been in his lucid organization and presentation of so much information. Communication Acoustics Jens Blauert Inbunden. It includes material on the physics of the external ear, monoaural and interaural attributes of ear input signals, and applications to architectural acoustics and “dummy-head” stereophony.
Account Options Sign in. Its study involves the overlap of acoustics, psychology, psychophysics, physiology, medicine, engineering, architectural design, and musical analysis, and its applications include A comprehensive, thorough, and easily readable survey of all the important work that has been done on the theories of hearing.
A new fourth chapter has been added to this edition, reviewing work done since Acoustics for Communication Jens Blauert. Other editions – View all Spatial Hearing: The remaining four chapters in this comprehensive reference cover auditory research procedures and psychometric methods, spatial hearing with one sound source, spatial hearing with multiple sound sources and in enclosed spaces, and progress and trends from the first German edition to the first English edition — work that includes research on the physics of the external ear, and the application of signal processing theory to modeling the spatial hearing process.
There is an extensive bibliography of more than items. Hdaring Acoustics Jens Blauert.
Part 5 Progress and trends since Part 4 Progress and trends since MIT Press- Medical – pages. The richness of this auditory space, much of it based on cues at or below the edge of conscious awareness, is explored in great detail by a distinguished expert in spatial hearing. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
Spatial hearing refers to the capacity of listeners to infer information about direction and distance from auditory signals. Part 2 Spatial hearing with one sound source: The Psychophysics of Human Sound Localization.
It is a technically thorough, clearly presented review of almost everything known about that subject. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Part 3 Spatial hearing with multiple sound sources and in enclosed spaces: One kind is the hearing we are born with The field of spatial hearing has exploded in the decade or so since Jens Blauert’s classic work on acoustics was spafial published in English.
Orlowski Applied Acoustics There are two kinds of hearing.
No eBook available Amazon. This book updates and expands an heading survey and text first published in Germany in The other kind of hearing is learned, and develops as an elaborate form of pattern recognition in which the ear and brain cooperate This revised edition adds a new chapter that describes developments in such areas as auditory virtual reality an important field of application that is based mainly on the physics of spatial hearingbinaural technology modeling speech enhancement by binaural hearingand spatial sound-field mapping.
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Bloggat om Spatial Hearing. The chapter also includes recent research on the precedence effect that provides clear experimental evidence that cognition plays a significant role in spatial hearing. The book also includes an extensive and up to date bibliography.
Its study involves the overlap of acoustics, psychology, psychophysics, physiology, medicine, engineering, architectural design, and musical analysis, and its applications include the design of speaker systems, concert halls and other interiors, and the development of noise-reduction systems. The Journal of the Institute for Radio Spatiaal wrote of the first edition that “the literature in this field is so fragmented and scattered that it is virtually inaccessible to most audio engineers, telecommunications technicians, and others for whom it is of vital interest.