Quiz. 1. What sound localization technique do people use to segregate between auditory information? (a) Cuboid Space Differentiation (b) Auditory Super-Normal (c) Equidistant Localization (d) Cocktail Party Effect
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1. What sound localization technique do people use to segregate between auditory information?
(a) Cuboid Space Differentiation
(b) Auditory Super-Normal
(c) Equidistant Localization
(d) Cocktail Party Effect
2. Head Related Transfer Function or HRTF encodes a sound signal to create sound spatialization. HRTF encodes the signal by simulating the parts of one’s body that filter a sound signal. What parts of the body do this task?
(a) head, torso, pinnae (i.e. outer part of ears)
(b) inner part of ears, nose, throat
(c) head, shoulders, knees, toes
(d) inner part of ears, nose, head
3. What size relation was the visual space in relation to the auditory space?
(a) Both are the same size.
(b) The visual space is larger than the auditory space.
(c) The auditory space is larger than the visual space.
(d) This fact was not mentioned in the paper.
4. Which of the stereo spatial stimuli was least correctly recognized?
(a) Depth stimuli
(b) Elevation (i.e. vertical deviation) stimuli
(c) Azimuth (i.e. horizontal deviation) stimuli
(d) Another stimuli not mentioned in (a), (b), or (c)
Michael J. Evans
Allan Spale EECS 578
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