Final Thesis

Spatial advantages in intelligibility for lineal moving masker(s) and listener self head movement with virtual acoustics

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Professorship:
MEDAK
Status:
angeboten
Research Area:
Auditorische Szenenanalyse,
Psychoakustik

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Assessment of the Intelligibility advantages in a listening-in-noise task under a lineal moving masker(s) paradigm. Is necessary the evaluation of the indexes “Speech Reception Threshold” and “Spatial Release from Masking” to assess how change the intelligibility under this paradigm, taken into account the complexity of a Signal to Noise Ratio not constant, changing each instant during the test. Moreover the listeners self head movements for each condition in the listening test need to be measure to know if there are benefits in the comprehension capacity because the free (natural) movements of the head. Listening test(s) is(are) necessary and Matlab knowledge.