Effects of Room Size and Reverberation, Receiver Location, and Source Rotation on Acoustical Metrics Related to Source Localization

A new article has just been published in Acta Acustica united with Acustica, authored by our alum Dr. Lauren Ronsse and Dr. Lily Wang: “Effects of Room Size and Reverberation, Receiver Location, and Source Rotation on Acoustical Metrics Related to Source Localization”.  The study looked at how room size and related reverberation impact metrics proposed for source localization, including interaural level differences (ILD) and distortion of frequency smoothed magnitude (DFSM).  At the distances measured, room reverberation did not appear to impact these metrics as much as other factors, such as source orientation or location of nearby reflective surfaces.

 

About Lily Wang

Dr. Lily Wang is Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of the Architectural Engineering Program in the Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
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