Effects of virtual acoustics on target-word identification performance in multi-talker environments

    Nicholas Rewkowski
    Nicholas Rewkowski
    Philip Robinson
    Philip Robinson

    SAP, pp. 16:1-16:8, 2018.

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    Abstract:

    Many virtual reality applications let multiple users communicate in a multi-talker environment, recreating the classic cocktail-party effect. While there is a vast body of research focusing on the perception and intelligibility of human speech in real-world scenarios with cocktail party effects, there is little work in accurately modeling...More

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